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]LIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
ONE ALPHA DRIVE 
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17n9?.9'?'?T 



Elizabethtown College 



Deus Lux Vertias • Educate for Service 



CONESTOGAN 2008 



VOLUME 86 



One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298 




717.361.1000 • http://www.etown.edu 




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Richard Bailey 

Vice President for Finance 

David Beidleman 

Vice President for Advancement 



Elizabethtown College Senior Staff 



Theodore E. Long 

President 

Susan Traverso 

Provost & Senior Vice President 

Paul Cramer 

Vice President for Enrollment 

David Dentler 

Vice President for Administration 



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Christina BucMr 

Dean of Facuu 

Mariann 

Dean -of 




Elizabethtown College Board of Trustees, 2008 



David E. Hosler 72 

Chairman of the Board 



James E. Shreiner '73 

Vice Chairman 

Thomas Meckley '67 

Treasurer 



Janice L. Ruhl '54, Honorary 

Secretary 



Linda L. Castagna '67, Honorary Degree '03 

Assistant Secretary 




Admissions 

Amy Bencwitz, Aihjissions Aihriiiislrator 

PaulCramei; ViaPnsulmtjbrEnniUment 

Mar)' Dolheimer, Ditvdor, hlarhtingandMe^ ^lotions 

Jeremy Ebersole, ^Athiissiofis Coufiselor 

Alexandra Felix, Aihmsiofis Counselor 

Teresa Hoffman, Data Coordinator 

Linda Kell); Office Ajsistatii/ Receptionist 

Debra Murray, Director of Acirrtissions 

Paula Orenstein,^4fjaM/f Director cf Admissions 

Marjorie Pape, Visit Coor£nator 

Leslie Pierce, Admissions Seniles Coordinator 

Kris dn Smith, Assistant Director of Admissions 

David Stewart, Coordinator of AhtlticyltnralRfcruiting 

Brian Zalasky, Admissions Counselor 

Alpha Hall Administration 

Richard Bailey, t Ice PresidentforFinance 

Richard Basom, Director of Research andPlanning 

Christina Buchet, Dean cf Faailty 

Glenn Bucher, Spaial Assistant to the President 

Sheryi Cyphert, ^4ssistant to the President 

David Dentler, Vice President for Administration 

Carol Jean TiKOsiii, Assistant Scheduler 

Jonina Dupler, . Adminisiratii e . Assistant for ti)e President 

Nancy Kaufhold, Assistatit to the Proivst and Senior IT 

Betty Long, Chairmcm's Assistant, CoU^ Relations 

Theodore Long, President of the CoU^e 

Mar^'ann Simds, Assistant to the Dean of Faailty 

Susan Traverse, Provost and SeniorVice President 

Alumni Relations 

Mark Clapper, ^/ojaft Director of AJumni Relations 
Barry Freidl\;.4rj'oa2* I P for AJumni and E-xtemal Affairs 
Christine Horting, Oj 



Athletics and Physical Education 

Barry Ackei; ^Assistant Alen's Basketball Coach 

Garret Barbush, Assistant \Prestling Coach 

Lisa Begley, Clxerleading Coach 

Eric Bennett, Assistant Track and Field Coach 

David ^asivs. Assistant Men's Soccer Coach 

Bradford Brubaker, Assistant Sofihall Coach 

Michael Cames, Assistant Baseball Coach 

Terrance Corcoran, Head Men's Lacrosse Coach 

Michael Dager, W^omen's Cross Country Coach 

Barry Dohner, Head ^'omen's Soccer Coach 

Justin Eilwards, Part-time Coach 

Doug^ Erne); Part-time Coach 

Kelly Fahey,^jzn^7/ \l'^omen's Lacrosse Coach 

Michael Faith, Head Women's Lacrosse Coach 

Biian Falk, ^Assistant Cmss Country and Track ci'Field Coach 

Herbert Fenstermachet, Assistant Women's Soccer Coach 

Gayle Geaihaxt, A^unctFaaikf 

Jane Gockle\', ^Adjunct Faatlty 

Michael Gtiinivan, HeadSuimming Coach 

Matthew Helsel, Flead Women's Tennis Coach 

Joel Y^oihmah, -Assistant Track and Field Coach 

Brad Karli, Part-time Coach 

Yvonne Kauf&nan, Head Wortien's Basketball Coach 

Craig Kirchoffi Part-time Coach 

Alison Ki^deL, Adjunct Faa4lti' and Assistant Siiim Coach 

Gary Kreider,XtaoiOT/ Women's Volkfhall Coach 

Nancy' Latimore, Director of -Athletics and PE 

Joseph Longenecker, Part-time Coach 

Aaron Lyle, Part-time Coach 

Brandy Michael, Part-time Coach 

Tanya Millet; ^Associate. Athletic Trainer 

Al&ed Moten, Part-time Coach 

Justin Newkam, Part-time Coach 

Nathan Niinan, Assistant W-^resting Coach 



George Nimo, Assistant Women's Soccer Coach 

Ross Patrick, Part-time Coach 

Jason Ptaori&,Assistant Men's Soccer Coach 

Luke Reilly, Part-lime Coach 

Arthur Roderick, Head Soccer Coach 

William Russell, Part-time Coach 

Robert Schlosser; Associate Director cf Athletics 

Graham Small, Assistant Men's Soccer Coach 

H. Clifford Smith, Equip Mimagerl Head Baseball Coach 

Kathleen SxsSo, Assistant Director of .Athletics 

Christopher Straub, Director cf Cross Country and Track (& Field 

Michael Svtegst, Assistant Director of Athletics fa- Sports Mec&ine 

Sharon Sw^a; Head Field Hock^' Coach 

Ktistina Szobocsan, Part-time Coach 

Ojnici2i'VAaiso,AssistantFieldHocke) Coach 

Erin VanderSchaaf Part-time Coach 

Eric Walker, Head Wrestling Coach 

Biology 

Helen Bartlett, Assistant in Biolog) 

David '^xnm^A^nctFacuk) 

Diane Bridge, Associate Professor of Biolf^ 

Michelle Ann Bucks, Acl/tinct Faculty 

Jane Cavender, Professor of Bioliigi 

Jonathon Coren, ^Associate Professor of Biolo^ 

Janice DayAs^^Administratiiv Assistant 

Debra Frielle, A^mctFxulty 

Ronald Laughlin, Associate Professor of Bioi^ 

Catherine Luik,^^^a«rf 

Blise Mossei; Ai§unctFacultf 

Christine Mtunmert, Acijurict Faculty 

Thomas Murray, Professor of Biologf 

Linda Nilsson,v4^i»«rf 

Jessica Vdko,A4unct Faculty 

KhDSVf'Vnom:p&or\,^AssistantProfessorcf Biolqgf 




ee^ervlces 



LUUIISLiiiiB 



been vour favorite moment as a professor? 



My favorite moments as a professor have been when former students ha\'e asked me to participate I 
in their weddings. If overwhelms me that what I said in the classroom, often years before, has i 
had such a dynamic effect on them that I am included in their most meaningful life experiences. [ 
// blows me away! 

What or who inspires vou and whv? 

/ am inspired by my students almost on a daily basis. Students who practice time management I 
effectively also manage their lives fairly well. Students who deal with personal tragedy teach [ 
me coping skills I en\y. Students who "don 't have a chance " prove me wrong over and over. 
Students see inequities and respond to them with insight I do not have. 

What motivates vou as a professional? 

/ am motivated as a professional by my profession! Teaching keeps me active, alert (at times ') ' 
and responsive. Teaching keeps me young and forces me to use my mind. It is very public and 
social, open and democratic at its best. I can 't imagine doing anything else. 

How do vou live out the college's mission to Educate for Service in your evervdav life? 

Educate for Senice might imply a responsibility to volunteer. When I first came here. I responded 
t^tx-ause of a perceived charge. Now I see thai I have had the opportunity to participate in the 
lives ofotkaSkJ. have knowledge that is unique and allows me to share that with others to create 
a sense of community = sharing experiences. It is a part of my life to give and to receive. 
at do vou perceive as the benefit of E-town's commitment to relationship-centered 

Th^elationship-centered education has given me permission and encouraged me to form lasting 
elwi0/7ships_ with my students. The student/advisor/instructor relationship changes constanth 
f^j^^what is incredible is that some of them last, and last for a really long time. It transcends the j 
r -J^ks-we have shared and becomes a part of the lives we come to share and (o know. 

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Am}' \'aIkovec, Ac^trid 

Debra VC'ohl, ^-issistant Professor of Bioi^' 

Nicole Woll, A^^uncfFaoilt)' 

Jodi Yort\; Assistant Professor of MokcuIarBiokgy 

Business 

C. Po'sA'ell \d2irc&,Ai^Jk-tF(Uult)' 

Ed^x^ard Qiung, .'issodiite Professor of Mark£t3tig 

Cristina Goddan, Assistant Professor of Mam^ment 

Karen Dielmann, . -id/tifict Faaify 

Peter Ekman, I 'isiting.Assodate Professor of Fitiatice 

Eianice Ginder, A^hamstmiit'e Assistant 

Bn-an Greenbei^ ,4sso(iate Professor (f hlarketir^ 

Wanda Hertzog-Grant,^4^«fl*fiaWi^' 

Wfcuk Laj^sei; A^nct Faatty 

Sean Melvin, .Assodate Professor of Business 

Joseph Molony, Lecturer in AccowitiTig 

Sanjaj"" Paul, Assoda^ Professor of Fanwnna 

ArundhatiRao, \ 'tsiting Associate Professor, Afomnting 

Terrie Riportella, Ledurer in Accounting 

Susan Sadowski, Ee^T. Bittif^Assxiaie Pressor ^Aaxsffttifi 

Petru Sandu, Assistattt Professor of Business 

Thomas Scheiding, Assistant Professor cf Econtmics 

Rcger Smith, A/^na Famlt^ 

J. Da\dd Sw-artlev,.-4^wwi7'faKw^' 

Hossein \ aramini. Professor (f Business/ Director of IntlBus 

Sylvester ^iSa2Jj^AssistantProfessorof Business Law 

Joseph C\mnm^:)ar[i,Aj^undFacuty 

Sharon Kam^A/imtiistrative Assistant, Inti Business 

Business Office 

Erica Barley, Staff .4cmuntant 

Rebecca Beck, Controller 

Benjamin Goodhart, Assod^ Director of Business 

Diana LjTin Horn, Aiinnmstratitv Assistant 

Brenda ljandva^a[,A£mm£sPa^k 

Tana Parrett, Director of Business Operations 

Tiffenv ^^^^^A^miistrator for Purchasing 

Campus Security 

John Barrett, Part-time Poice Officer 

Steven Bowers, On-Call Security Officer 

Dale Boyer, .Assistant Director of Campus Security 

Richard Brinkman, On-Cali Seaaity Officer 

Susan Brodous, Police Offcer U 

Gloria Burke, Office Marnier 

A Barr}' Cochran, Police Officer HI 

Charies Etter, On-CallPoke Officer 

Kathleen Freiler, Administratii'e Assistant 

Tina Kaltreidei; Dispatcher U 

Linda Kennel, Poke Officer U 

Jennifer Kulicld, Part-tinie Police Offi^^ 

Vincent Lamina, Offi^rf Di^kOcber 

Jack Longeneckei; Diredorof Campus Security 

Joseph Miller, Security Officer 

Kenneth Neidingei; Part-time Police Offiar 

Robin Norrie, Pohce OfficerU 

Ronald Rhinier, Part-time Offi^r 

Richard Roman, Po6a Officer HI 



Gordon Smidi, Lieutenant 

John Su-eigart, On-Call Secutit) Officer 

R^'an Valentine, PoBce Officer HI 

Linda Warner, Dispatch Si^)enisor 

Jeffirej- Williams, Campus Security Officer/ Locksmith 

Cynthia Young, Po^ce Officer Ul 

Center for Continuing Education & Distance Learning 

Elena Anditt-Cv^cax .-^cadernic .4diising Cooniiruitor 

John B^Ldovmzc, A/^naBicu&y 

David Bxk)\AJ;una 

Linda. Brain Beck, Aj^undFiiculty 

Matthew Berra, ^-^mct Faculty 

Rita Breitenbach,.4i^ffirfftK»^ 

Jay Brenneman,v4^iwft:^faa!^ 

Elizabeth Bucher, Arbnissions Coor^nator 

Jill Burk, .Ac§unii Lvatty 

Stephen ^xiS^exa^A^una Faculty 

John C^tntsfj^Ar^nctFaaity 

Kathleen Carusone,. 4i^unaFacu^' 

Tre\^ Clark, A^und Facuty 

Susan Cooper, Ac§una Faatlty 

Laura Davis, Acpund Faculty 

Gina de A^tr); Acpunct Faoilty 

Shain deManincoi; A^nnct 

Thomas Dowtung, AJ/unctFaai^' 

Cristie Drj; SpedalPn^wns Coordinator 

Timothv Ray Ebersole,.4^Wi7'fai7i'^ 

Ray Faidlev, Ac^swd Faculty 

Katherine Fanning-BIack,>i^Mflrf-Ra»i^ 

Peter Faranda-Diedrich, .4^nd Faculty 

R\^n Fox, Adjufui Facuty 

Stephen Fnts^A^nd Faculty 

Carol Gima, Office Mam^er 

Lori Hans, Ac^und Facuty 

Robert losue, A/^una Faculty 

Christ}" King A/^nct Faailty 

John Kokolus, Dean of CCE <& DL 

Lawrence Lichty,A^nd Facuty 

Gregor}' T jgh r, Adjunct Facuty 

John ^hs:^or]2ld,Adfund Facuty 

Thomas lShio]i,^4(punct Facuty 

Brendan McDonnell, Around Facuty 

Ronald McKinley,.4^««rf-f^//)' 

Da\id rvCron, Adjund Faatty 

Karen Mtchell, Ac^und Facuty 

Terr}- hid^'^XX^Ai^ina Facuty 

Paul Mvnyo^Ac^una Facuty 

Sandra Nelson, Academic Adiising Coordinafyr 

Bruce Nilson, A/fund Facuty 

Cynthia Phillips, Ac^nd Facuty 

Gar\' Vnce^^4c^nd Facuty 

David Radclif^ A^nd Facuty 

Barbara Randazzo, Diredorof Admissions and Marketing 

Cindy Rose, A/^tnct Facuty 

Glen Roth, Ai^una Facuty 

Michael Seavers, Ai^und Facuty 



Lori Seiders, Ad/und Facuty 

Laud}'n Shaffer, Ac§unct Facuty 

Terr}- Singer, Lancaster Center Maiu^ 

William Smith, Ai^tnd Faaity - 

Melanie $nyda:,Acj/jtnd Facuty 

Robert Soop, Ae§und Facuty 

Dawn Spaar, Assodate Dean, CCE <^ DL 

Mar}' Stanczak, A^mct Facuty 

Michael Staub, Ac^unct Facuty 

W'a\'ne Stemmer, A^mct Faatty 

Duane Stone, Ad/unct Facuty " 

Gregory Swartzlandei; A/^nd Ejcuty 

Richard Tushup, Adjunct Facuty 

Sharon Uhhsfer, A^un(f Facuty 

Donald Underdonk,v4^w/rff^a»-^ 

Phillip \ errecchia, .Adjunct Facuty 

Evel\Ti Walsh, Lancaster- Center, .Admimstmdve Assistant 

Joanne Wea\'er, A^md Faadt)' 

Robert Wesoloskie, Acpunct Facuty 

Erika Wilkinson, Adjuna Facuty 

Nfelinda Zimmerman, .-4^/Hrffa(»j^' 

Jacquehn "Z^M^At^una Faatty 

Center for Global Citizenship 

Russell A^Tes, Director of the Center for Global Cidf^l^ 
Marae Bahn, Adnntdstratiie Director of lnt'lPn^af?is 
i\my Simes, Academe Director of InttPn^ams 
Nancv X'alkenburg, Director^' Senice Learning/ Cific Pn^ams 
Ka}' W blf^ Administratiie Assistant Cetiterfor Global Gti^ensh^ 
Andrea Stone, Student Irfinmation System Coorzhrudor 

Chemistry 

Linda Ebri^t, Assistant in Chemistry 

Adam Fleisher, .A^mct 

Thomas F{2^iu ^Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Gary Fio&rc^s^AssodakPrtfessorof Chemistry 

Kiisti Kneas, Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

James jS lacKay, Assistant Professor of Q^emistry 

Charies Schae{ifer,^C Baugher Professor (f Chennstty 

Alexander Theofiles, A^nct 

ICristine 'Xx^'ssr^AdmirnstraUveAssistrnt 

David Ye2^s^,A^unct Faculty 

College Relations 

Lori Burke, Diredorof Coltge Relations 
Jill Coste, Assistant Director Cote^ Relations 
M. Caroline Lalvani, Director of Pub&cAffain 
James Miller, Associate Director of Co^e Relations 
Adrian Stewart, Sporis Irformadon Assistant 

Campus Services 
College Store 

Marissa Doremus,v^^«w^ 

Nanc\' Fink, Part-time Clerk 

Christine Geiselman, Sp&ial Merchandise Miou^ 

Beveriy Gill, Part-time Ckrk 

Rfer,- Gottfiied, Office ^lana^ 

Melissa Grubei; Part-time Clerk 

Susan Hilton, Operations hiatu^ 



Bonnie Kozma, Ai§unct 

Keith Marks, Dimtor of Campus Smim 

Susan Smith, Textbook Mimager 

Copy Services 

Ashley Gibble, Qftj' Sermei Clerk 
Baibaia Shank, Mam^of Cojy) Services 

Mail Services 

Ronald Codl, Mau^of hlail Sendees 

Susan Darling, MailSerj^ Clerk 

Assymola Horst, Mml Seniles Clerk 

Kathi Mover, MdlSenices Clerk 

Shelly Null, MailSerwes Clerk 

Robert Rubis, Warehouse and Shipping Coemiinator 

Communications 

Samuel Auchincloss,v^^«wrffai»^ 

Carrie Q:\2i^m2n^Ael/rmiistratiie Assistant 

David Donovan, Lecturer ifi Commumeaiions 

John Feesei; A^umtFaeult)' 

Tamara Gillis, .Associate Projessor of Comnmmcatiotis 

Cheryl Irain, Adjunct Yacnb) 

KintenJohnson,^jii7i3K/P?^(xroro/' Communications 

Robert Knigjit, Acj/unct Faculty 

Deborah Saline, Adjunct Faculff 

William Sloane, Adjunct Faculty 

Heather Tillberg-Webb, Assistant Professor of Communications 

Stephen Tn^ne&^Ac^unci Faculty 

Hans-Erik Wennberg, Associate Professor of Comrmtmcations 

Andy Williams, Alanq§sr of Technical Opetations 

Randyll Yoder, Assoda/e Professor of Communications 

Computer Science 

Douglas Qnnxsc^Ai^nct Faculty 

Ruimin Hu, Acljunct Faculty' 

Thomas Leap, Associate Professor cf Computer Science 

Kiisten Wau^en, Adiunct Facu^^ 

Joseph Wundedich, Associate Professor of Cof?jputer Science 

Fani Zlataiova, Professor cf ComputerSdence 

Development 

David Beidleman, T 'ice President fir Adiancement 

Roberta Bierbowei; Director cf Development Researdi 

Elizabeth Dahmus, Executive Director of Gift Planning 

David Edinger, Assistant Director of Annual Fund 

Diane G^g, Director of President's Club andAtimtalFund 

Allen Hansell, Director if Church Vxladons 

Carol lindse); Gift Accounting CoortHnator 

Robin Ltiftig, Senior Administrative Assistant 

Jessica Madonna, Ac^na 

Pamelia Madonna, .4>mualFmid/ Development Assistant 

Robert Miller, Direaor of Mcgor Gfts 

Benjamin Osterhout, Assodate Director cf AnnualFund 

Bemadette Schoch, Ma/or Gifb Officer 

Sara Shaneor, DevelopmentDaia Coordinator 

Debra Sheesley, Part-time Support Staff 

Gretchen Stz^ Assistant Director of Development 

Nlarty Thomas-Brumme, Settlor Deivlopment Officer 



Jill Trostle, Adrmmstradve Assistant 

Dining Services 

Shirle)' Abel, General Kitchen 

Danielle Adams, A^unct 

Daniel Barnes, Lead General Kitchen 

James Beamenderfei; LeadReceiver 

Brian Bechtel, Cook 

Katelj-nBobb, On-CaU St^forf Stcff 

Jonathan Boozer, A^unct 

Christopher Bowers, 'Recover 

Jacqueline Brennan, On-Call Support Stcff 

Kathleen Buffenmv'ei; FLost/Cook 

Dadene Burkhart, On-Call Support Staff 

Kathy Christopher, CateringMam^ 

Richie Cope, Catering Chef 

Martin Cramer, LeadHaker 

Chades Downs, VxsidenHalDirmg Chef/ Prmiiction Manager 

Sherr)- Dunbai; General Mana^ 

Rebecca Emerj; Cook 

^XiliTed Evans, Cook 

Nancy Femback, Cook 

Debra Fritchman, Baker 

Kathv Fr); Barista, Blue Bean Qfe 

Thomas Fulmer, Lead Cook 

Cathy Halbleib, Lead Pantry 

Diane Hansen, Lead Cook 

Rachel Hilsher, Baker 

Jennifer Hine, Catering Supenisor 

Lori Holton, Cook 

Patricia Hood, Lead Cook 

Lynda Hiadzick, Office Manager 

Tyler Jones, On-Call Support Stcg 

Micah Lewis, Catering Cook 

Jason Lichty, Cook 

Susan lindemuth, Baker 

Linda Lokq', Host 

Robert Lokey, Ac^nct 

John Lowell V, Caterir^Ajsisiant 

Kadirjn Maher, On-Call Support Stciff 

John Max, Getieral Kitchen 

Beverly Maxwell, On^jill Support Stcff 

Suzanne McKnieJit, Cook 

Susan McSherri,-, Lead Cook 

Nicholas Paioletti, Cook 

Matthew RafFertj; Lead Cook 

Mary Rice, General Kitchen 

Diane Ricedorf^ Purchasing Alant^ 

Brenda Savior, Omelet Cook 

Aaron Shaiebly, On-Call Sicpport Stctff 

John Spang, Production Si^xrvisor 

Barbara Strickler, Cook 

Eric Turzai, Director cf Dining Services 

Amanda Watldns, General Kitchen 

Jane Ziegjer, Cook 



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Education 

Forrest Adams, Ai^und imilty 

Rebecca Blahus, Lictuwin Education 

H. Elizabeth Co\\^, Assistattt Pw^essor cf E-ducation 

Diane DeArment, Ckmal'Bxpmmmts Coordinator 

James l^osu&i, Ai^undEcimlty 

Daniel V€^i^Ar§unctFamt)> 

James F)hz2i,Ad/undFacu^ 

Rachel Finley-Bowman, Associate Professor of EducaOm 

Douglas '¥^^^Ad|sltict Faculty 

Hart)' Goodman, Ai^unct Faculty 

Fred Hainley, A^tictFaatl^' 

Maria Jones, Associate Professor cf Education 

Eugenia Knmmel, Adjtitid Facuk)/ 

Melissa Lenhert, AJjtmaFaculiy 

Donald Myers, Lecturer in Educa&m 

John Osuch, A^imct Faatlty 

Debra Vex.ei^on^Adffnnistratit'eAsmtant 

Susan Pitcher, Assistcmt Professor of Education 

James S(hnedk,A^unct Faculty 

Nanq' ^nydst, Ai^inctFaailty 

John Sparmblack, .Ac^nct Faaiky 

Merry Staulters, Assistant Pnfessor cf Educa^n 

Juan Tore, Associate Professor of Education 

Carroll T}'minski, Associate Professor of Education 

James Wile, AJ/unct Faculty 

Nanc}' Zarek, A^unct Faculty 

En glish 

Kimbedy Adams, Associate Professor of English 

Sunshine Brown, ^4djfmct Faatlty 

Maria Costa Ouimet, Acimn Dept Assistant, Humanities 

John DelliCarpini, Ai^nct Faculty 

Da\id Downing, Raph W. Scblosser Professor of EngHsb 

Cmthia Hess, A/pinct Faculty 

Mary Jo K&xeL,Ac^nctFaat&y 

Jennifer Lear, A/pmict Faculty 

Deborah 'Fm6£L,Ac^nctFacuIty 

Philip Lisi, Ac^nct Faculty 

Louis Martin, Professor of English 

Dana Isiead^ Associate Pnfessor of English 

Erie "bMei^A^unctlhculty 

Daniel Morra, A/^utict Faculty 

Jason Nichols, Ac^nct Faculty 

Rebecca Olson, Lecittrerin Eng&sh 

Kelly Peters, ,4d/ufia Faailty 

Donald Rhoads, A^und Faculty 

John Rohrkemper, Associate Professor of English 

Carmine Sarradno, Professor of English 

Ksvin Scott, Assistant Pnfessor of English 

Mary Ann Scott, Ac§unct Buu&y 

Suzanne YC'ebster Roberson, Assisiafit Pnfessor (f Engish 

Matiheu' Willen, Associate Professor of English 

Christine Broolis, A/^nctRicuty 

Mark Harman, Professor of English and Modem Lan^ic^ 

Facilities Management 

Madja Adams, Enidronmental Services 

Joseph Antal, Carpenkrj GenemlP^drs 



Richard Bach, Smromnmtal Servias 

Richard Bair, TecbmaofJ 

Connie Baldwin, Ermrmmen^J Senim 

Glenn Bamett, Environmental Senices Supenisor 

Derrick Becker, Mechamal Technidafi 

Phyllis Bender, B-nmrnmental Seraas 

Stephen Bender; Enrnvmrimtal Senim Coordinator 

Gerard Berdanier, Carpenter/ General Repisr 

Herbert Blougji, Emmmmmta/ Sen-kes 

Donna 'Qvy^tmm^Assutofit Director Jbr Special Etents 

Jay Charles, Enmronmentai Senices 

Eddie Cintron, Environmental Sermes Supervisor 

Joshua Clair, Ai^nct 

Jessica Defenderfei,y^3^w«rf 

Sharon Y)^iG!\6sA^Admmstrative Assistant 

Lester Delp, Etnmnrfiental Sennces Part-time 

David Drury, Environmental Services 

Mark Dunn, Emmmmeniai Sermes 

Gar}' Dupler, Ekctridan Technician 

Barr)' Eddnger, Emironmental Sermxs Supermor 

Randy Faus, Emmmmenta/Sermes 

Gaila Fitzwater, Environmental Senms Supervisor 

Barry Fritz, Technical Operations Director 

Mary Garrison, Emmmmetttal Sendees 

Kathy Geiger, Enidronmental Services 

Sharon Glunt, EnvirofimentaJ Senices 

Garry Golden, EmmmmentalSenms 

Thomas Greenly, Efwironmenta/ Senices 

Jef&e)- Gr^oire, Environmenta/Serwes 

Jay Grdder, HVAC Techrtidan 

Richard Gressle); Groutids Maifitenance 

Beveriy Groff^ Environmental Senices 

Tracy Harsh, Environmenta/Servii^ 

Christian Haus, Moving, Set-Up E/^/q}<ee 

Douglas Hayes, Associate Director FadJities Aian^^ement 



James Hillman, Eniironmetita/ Senices 

John Hohman, Environmental Senices Part-time 

Ellsworth HoUen, Part-time Ekctridan 

Harold Horst, HI AC Technician 

Joanne Hj'nicker, Emironmefita/ Senices Part-time 

Sherrie Kaminski, Grounds Mainterumce Technidan 

Linda Kimble, hiSS Sitpenisor 

Michael Landis, Eniironmental Senitxs 

Timothy Laraia, Grounds Nlaintmance Technidafi 

Damar LaRue, Environmental Sermes 

Garrison Lind, Emironmental Services 

Carofyn Maus^ Enmmmental Sendees 

Joseph Metro, Director, EcuiBtieshian^ment 

Lindsay Nesto^ A^unct 

Kevin Ney, Emironmental Sermss 

Scott Nisslq; Building Trades and Grounds Matu^ 

Paul Petersen, Painter 

Ei:igene Reitzi, Trades Assistant 

Stephen Rice, Adpmct 

Judy Rodgers, Environmetital Services 

Jami Roeting, Emmmmental Senices 

Kevin Roush, Eniironmental Senices 

Stephan Sanchez, A^nct 

Eli Saylor, EmdronmentaiSermes Team Leader 

Dennis Shank, Environmmtal Sermes 

Russell Shank, Emironmental Services Sipermor 

Jerry Sherman, Eminmmenial Sermes 

Paul Shope, A^unct 

Todd Sieber, Aihktics Field Grounds Specialist 

Matthew Stauffer, Emironmental Services 

Jeffrey Stephens, Enidronmental Senms 

Ricke)' Sweigart, Mechanic / Welder 

Giovanni Torres-Santiago, Moving, Set-Up Employee 

Charles Underwood, Emironmental Senices 

Baron Wanner, Technician and Mechanical Trades Si^>ermor 



Lisa Watts, Environmental Services 

Melissa AXlute, Environmental Senices 

Wayne Witmer, Carpenter 

Joseph Yurkovic, Work Station Coordinator 

Amy Zimmerman, Carpenter 

Mark Zimmerman, Carpenter/ General ?^)air 

Noel Ortiz, Environmental Sendees 

Fine and Performing Arts 

James Armstrong, .A^unct Faculty 

Hiu-Wah Au, Assistant Professor of Music 

Gene Behrens, Associate Professor of Music 

E. Douglas Bombergei; Professonf Music 

Pamela Bri^tman, Ac^unct Faculty 

Aaron Brooks, A^und Fiiculty 

Eton Qh.w:&i^A(^uncthiculty 

Anthony Qucd, A^unct Faculty 

David Cullen, Artist in Residence 

Michelle Dauberman, Ac§unct Faculty 

Sarah Daughtrey, Assistant Professor of Music 

Tracey Davis, Ai^nctFacukji 

Karendra Devroop, Assistant Professor of Music Eduadion 

Deborah Dillane, Adjunct Faculty 

Ann Dir^more, A^unct Exculty 

Phyllis Vh2i.(^ey,Adjund Faculty 

Ellen Eager, Ad^nct Faculty 

Linda Eberly, Ac^unctFiiculty 

Richard Fitz, Ac^unct Faculty 

Emily Yoder Frantz, Ad/una Faculty 

Milton Friedly, Professor of Art 

Carrie ¥ntz,Ac§unct Faculty 

Max^ewFntz,Associ^Pro/mor<fAiusic 

Kevin Gardiner, Music Camp Coorimdor 

Cher)'l Gingerich, Ac^nct Faculty 

James Haines, Profissor of Music 




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Dr. S^ i.\ ESTER E. Williams. IV 



AssiSTiM Proiessor or Bi si\ess Liii. 
Ph:p iRrMi;\T or Bisi\i:ss 



What has been vour favorite moment as a professor? 

My greatest moment as professor was mentoring two students from freshman year to their I 
last year and being a part of their achieving the "Outstanding Business " award in the I 
Business Department. Being a part of their growth and development which culminated in this I 
achievement has been a great moment for me as their mentor. In my opinion this is what being | 
a College Professor is all about. 
^What interested vou to pursue vour field of study? 

J^F I met Thurgood Marshall some time ago and he influenced me in going to law school. I was I 
^K intrigued by how the law could be used to protect ones rights. He convinced me that their I 
^B was no greater way for a person to help themselves and others than by knowing what rights I 
^^ they have and fighting to protect them on a daily basis. I was convinced that being a lawyer | 
was a best thing for me. 
W hat motivates vou as a professional? 

iJiave the desire to always be the best. No matter what 1 am doing it is important to me to I 

always bring you 're a game. So I work very hard to insure that my. best effort is given in I 

whatever I am engaged in at the time. It is not acceptable to give a C effort. In fact if less s 

l^i? than an A effort is asked for I will not be involved in the activity. Being the best at whatever \ 

- I am doing drives me to excel in the activity. 

yh^t is something gairkv no one would eve r have known about vou? 
;*■ Hove to smoke cigars and listen to classical opera music! 
ilizyhethtown and teaching aside, what inter esting hobbies or activities are vou involved j 

ir and have an 11 handicap. 




Jennifer Hinton,v4^imrffijo/i)i 

Devin Howell, .4/^<mtFaaiiy 

Laura Howell, A^iwct Faatlty 

Ellen H\xi\,AJjmdFam/iy 

Kate Jones, Ahtsk Qmip Coordifiaior 

Joel Lambdin, ,4/^maFiim^ 

Stephen Lavender, A/§umt Faculty 

Elizabeth Leisner,./J^*/K/fm/i)' 

David Leithmann, A^iwct Faatlt^ 

John Lemke, A^undFacultf 

Jana MacKay, Adjunct Fxttliy 

Paul William IVIanlove, AipitfUt FaaJty 

Jill Marchione,^4^i«/f«B«Sv 

James Martin, Adjunct Faculty 

Theresa Mastrobuono, I 'iiitrngLeetunrm Theater 

Kelly McGinley, Ai^tmct 

Alison Mekeel, Ac§unct Faculty 

Johanna Monighan-Schaefei, A^unct Faculty 

Giant Moore II, Director of Promatory Dtusim 

Paula Nelson, Ai^umtFacultf 

Gail Ober, A^unctFaculty 

Gretchen Vzvi,A/^nctFaculf) 

Sarah Perry, A^unct 

Matthew Phillips, A^mctFaoiky 

Kiistin Pontz, AdjunctFiculty 

Amy RejTiolds, Department Assistant 

Patricia Ricd, Associate Professor of History of Art 

Debra Ronning Lecturer in Music 

Louise Schellenberg, Assmati Professor of Art 

Faitli SUSa:,AJjt4naFaculty 

Magda Silva, A^unct 

J Robert S<pes]£s, Assistant Professor Music and Instnmientals 

Cheryl St2has\a,A^unct Faculty 

Janice Sto\i&t,A/^unctFacu^ 

Michael Swanson, Associate Professor of Theatre 



What or who inspires vou and why? 

/ would have to say thai my students have inspired me on and away from my job. They I 
have given me encourgement during hard times and have always shown me respect I 
and love. 

What motivates vou as a professional? 

What motivates me as a professional also my students. Coming from a family of I3\ 
we were always brought up to help others; 1 consider myself a team player for Dining I 
Ser\'ices as being one of the team. I always help out where I can and always jump I 
in where needed. 

If vou could choose anv other occupation, what would it be and why? 

/ have had many jobs over the years but I would have to say this is the best one so I 
far. I managed a toy store at the Harrisburg East Mall where that job consisted of\ 
traveling to New York to buy toys for Mall Toys, but my job here at the College has I 
been much more rewarding. Where else can you go for a job and meet the people 1 1 
have met? \Also every August 1 get to have 400 - 500 students who come into my lifel 
who again showering me with love. 

Elizabethtown aside, what interesting hobbies or activities are vou involved in? 
My hobbies are camping, planting flowers and the beach; the constant roar of the | 
ocean gives me peace and^tienity. 



Cheryl Way, Payroll Assistant 

Stacq- Zirranerman, Manager of HR and Risk Mani^ement 

Information and Technolo gy Services 

Carl Bommann, Wei? Deivloper 
Karen Eatherton, User Support Spedaht 
Matthew Fischei; User Support Specialist 
Ronald Heasley, Executiw Director, ITS 
Eiic Heberlig, Database Support SpedaJist 
Brian Helm, Audiomualand Computer Technician 
Kathryn Kellie, Computing Trainer 
Randall Kreidet, System /Network Admrustrator 
]ohnM3smc,Associaie Director^ Database Sen/ices 
Jill Petix>i:uo,Assistant Director of Database Si4)por1 
Samuel Rothermel, NetworkI Systems SpedaBst 
Steven Rutter; Director of Netawk/SlectricalStif^jort 
Denise Shaiebly, Administrative Assistant 
Steven Wayde, Director of Database Support 

Library 

Cecilia Cisneros, Library Technician 

Peter DePuydt, 'Reference Librarian/ Ardiiiist 

Sandra Hilshet, Administrative Assistant to Director of Library 

Louise Hyder-Dailington, Amss Services Libmrian 

Sylvia Morra, Head of Readers' Services 

Sharon Patrick, Catalogng Technician 

Anna Pilston, Collection Services Librarian 

Joan Quinn, Head of Library Database 

Kathr^-n Tyler, Interibrary Loan Admin 

BethAnn Zambella, Director of tlx Library 

Mathematical Sdences 

Leyla Batakd, Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Donald Bierly, A^unctFaculty 

Bogdan Doytchinov, Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



Hugh Williamson, ^A^unct Faculty 
Patricia Winter, Aiusic Faatlty 
Erika Wise, Adjunct Faculty 

Financial Aid 

Julia Houseal,^4/3W«w7>z«iW Assistant, Financial Aid 
andrea Kirsch, Associate Director of Financial Aid 
Sara Lindsey, Adrttimstrative Assistant 
Elizabeth McQoud, Director of Financial Aid 
Sue St.?:&s]^ Assistant Director of Financial Aid 

Health Services 

Eileen ihitss. Assistant Director of Health Services 
Margaret Natividad, Nurse Practitioner 
Alexandra Spa)'d, Director of Health Senices 
Eileen Wagenei; Stcff Nurse 

History 

Jean-Paul Benowitz,v4^»»rffk»^ 

David Brown, .Associate Professor of History 

Linda Hmson^..4dmijiistrative Assistant jbr Honors (&hb*matiities 

David Kenley, Assoaate Professor of History 

Robert Nation, A^unct Faculty 

Thomas Wmpenny, Professor of History 

Human Resources 

W Michael Bierbowet; Manager of EPA Audit 

Nancy Florey, Associate \'T of Human Resources 

Wendy Gibble,.4^(«rf 

Delores Mertz, Payroll Mana^ 

Lisa Rosenbergeii Ac^unct 

Bienda Spiker, Assistant Director of Human Resources 



E1(^T 



Sue ¥orr)\ -4i^mctFt7af^' 

DehoT:dhGo<:hen2LUi,,^si^ritPn^essorof Matbema/iiS 
James Hughes, Assodaie Professor if M^semaHcs 
Timothv McDe^^tt,-4cr(5rinfe' Professor of Mathematics 
Gabriela Sanchis, . -issodate Professor of ^\ latfjematics 
Laurie Showers, A^wctFacn^' 
Bobette 'Vh.oTSQn, ^Associate Professor of Mathematics 
Joseph Walkei; Lecturer in Mathematics 
Paul "^^^A^tmctFacuk^ 

Modem Languages 

Sherr)' Albert, Aefumt Bjcu^ 

Carol}Ti Amodio-Busque, Adpnct Faadt)/ 

Kurt ^■zxT)2.63L,Assodate Professor of Moden} Lanpkiges 

Mshi^ahhsiWLthsiiy^ Assistafit Professor of Jipanese 

AGguel Castillo, -4/^/mrfk?//A' 

Xiaodor^ Fan, AJ/imd Faadty 

Pe^y \\erx,.4i§unct'Fact4ty 

Jyl Hohemvarter Snyder, Ac^nct Fiiculty 

hL Linares-Farras, - Assistant Professor of Modem Languages 

QiaiJa \jycex\2en. Assistant Prcfessor of Modem Languages 

Jennifer NEller-Bro^'n, A^und Faodlty 

Barbara Nissman-Cohen,.-4^w/ft7fat»^ 

Marie Qvamstrom, .A^mct Faatlt^ 

Sharon Trachte, Associate Professor of Modem Languages 

Occupational Therapy 

Christine Achenbach, Fielduwk Coorditsator, OT 

Lori Benner, A/§unct Faatlty 

Bobbi Butch, Ac^nd Faculty 

Nanq' Cq^o'cl, Associate Professor of OT 

Jud)- Ericksen, Associate Professor of OT 

Angela Hissong^, A^unctFaailt)' 

DeLana Honaker^^Associa^ Professor^ OT 

Tamera Huraha:t,Assocmte Professor^ OT 

Linda l^isr)b2Lch,u4ssistantPnfessorof OT 

Sandra MeX2kt,^4dffmiist7iitii'e Assistant 

Michelle Nemo, AcjjimctFaadty 

Daniel V2tn.doi^AssistwitPtvfessorof OT 

Ann Marie Potter, L£ctt4rerin OT 

Angela Salvadia, I - 'isitingAssociate Professor of OT 

Beth Schreder,.4^ffi^I^w/^ 

Susan Tou^^sky, Adjunct Faculty 

Emily VanEeden, A^unct Faculty 

Deborah Waltermire, Lecturer in OT 

Philosophy 

Da\id Danneker,.4/^//«(7'fi«7/v^' 
Anthony Matteo, Professor of Phihsophy 
Gabriel Ricd, Associate Professor of Humofiities 
Michael Silberstein,.4rj'£?fZ2* Professor rf Philosopljy 
Frank Sluzis, AJ/unct Faadty 

Physics and Engineering 

Kurt DeGoede,v-lrj-fl(iw/^ Professor of Physics andEt 

Jean FuUerton, Lecturer 

Shr\Gr2L\'t^.4ssociat€ Professor of Physics and En^ieering 

Nathaniel Hager, Researvh Scientist 

Troy McBride, Assistant Professor of Physics of id Engii 



Marion Mencec, .Adjunct Faadty 

Norman ViXxhat^A^unct Faculty 

C)-nthia Rothrock, Adfmmstrative DepartmetU Assistant 

Micliael Scanlin, ^Assaiak Prrfessorof Geasdenns <& Bngiieeiitig 

^X"llliam Stucke\; Professor of Physics 

Heather Watson, Assistant Professor of En^neeting 

Rebecca Weis, . AdffdnistriitiivAssist^tnty M£^/Pf^isicsiPsyd)ol(^' 

Political Science 

John Church\"ille, .Acjjumi Fiuulty 

O^-a Dursun, ^ Assistant Professor of Political Science 

Paul Gottbied, Professor of Fbdmofdties 

Scott Hendrickson, .Assistant Professor of Public Law 

April Kell)'-NX'oessner, Assodate Professor of Political Sdetice 

E. Reteher McQellan, Professor of Political Sdentx 

W Wesley McDonald, Professor of Political Sdence 

Mchael Worman, A^unct Faatty 

Psycholog y 

Paul Dennis, Professor of Psychology 

Sarah Gtotzinger,^4^«rf 

Kara Ksysitz^A^ndHiadty 

Catherine Lemley, Assodate Professor of Psychol(^> 

Elizabeth Mansfield-Griswold,^^//«j'jRa7//i^' 

Linda Matesevac, Adfund Faculty 

LjTin Pie^Ac^rndFaaity 

Amanda Price, Assistant Professor of Psychok^ 

Michael Roy, Asdstant Professor of Psychok^ 

Tara Srmxh,Assistant Professor of Psychol(^' 

John Teske, Professor of Psychol^' 

Michael ^■'aIle, Ac^nd Faadty' 

Re gistration and Records 

Debra Althoff^ Assodate R^strar 

Donna Geriiart, Student Records Acimni^ra^ 

Laureen 'Lce^A^ninistratim Assistant and T A Coordinator 

Elizabeth Rider, R^strar/ Assodate Acackmic Dean 

B. Beverly Schmalhoter, .Associate Registrar 

Debra VCfeachter, Records Coordinator 

Religious Studies 

Jolin David V>owrc]3j\,Ac^undFaculty' 

Henr}' Carrigan, Adfemd Faculty 

Alan Deffenderfet,^^«rffiKw^ 

Erika Fitz, T 'isiting Assistant Pnfessor of R£Bgous Studies 

Gar)' Gates, Ac^und Faculty 

Wallace lande^^ Ac§und Faculty 

Jeffer}' Long, -Assodate Ptvfessnr of Relics Sttidies 

Michael Long, Assodate Pr-ofessor of Religous Sttidies 

Residence Life 

Joseph Men, Residence Diredor 

Laura Barrj; Residence Director 

Allison Bridgeman, Director of Residence Life 

Sara Richards, Residence Diredor 

Dariene Sommers, Coordinator^' Housing Operations 



N^IE 



S. Dale High Center for Family Business 

Ijnda Gentino, Pr^wn .Assistant 

Mar\' Bedi Matteo, Diredor, Centerforftmnly Business 

Social Work 

Isiithrvn HannsL,ASdnistratiiv ^Assistant 

1 ill Bartoli, - Assodate Professor of Social Work 

\'i\'ian Betgel, Associate Professor of Sodal Work 

Thomas Bcw'ersox, Assodate Professor of Sodal Work 

Chen'l Floj'd, .AdjundFacuky 

Deborah Gadsden, .^^WiTFaiW^ • 

Susan Mapp, Assistant Professor of Sodal Work 

Margaret McFatland, Assodate Professor of Social Work 

Carol Moote^Ad;und Faadty 

Sonnya Nieyes,A^und Faculty 

Heather Teter, .Acpund Fac:4lty 

Sociology /Anthropology 

Carolyn ¥\d&, ^Assistant Professor of Ctimnal Justice 

Patricia G^h\^^A^und Faadty' 

Conrad Kanagy, Associate Professor of Sodology 

Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Assistarjt Professor of Sodok^ 

Elizabeth Neu'ell, .Assodate Pwfessor of Atithrvpology 

Jennifer Schl^l, A^mdFaadty 

Amy Sipe, Aci/und Faculty' 

Cad Steinhart, Acijund Faculty 

Stephen Suknaic,^4^tfffrffwff/^' 

Robert ^'Tieelersburg, Associate Professor of .Ayitimpok^ 

Student Life 

Brenda Brandt, Assistant to the Dean of Students 

Corinna Breault, Recrr^iting Coordinator 

^'Iarianne Calenda, Dean of Students 

Shiriey Deichert, Director Learning Senices and Disability Services 

Diane Elliott, Director (^ Diversity 

Rachel Hadrick, Coordinator of Miihiaibiral Pro^ar?is 

LeeAnne Harker, Mental Heath Stc^ Counselor 

Karen Hodges, Coordinator of ReMgous Life arui Cm?ipus Events 

Carole Isasik^ -Assistant Director of Acade^m-Adiising 

Toni Marie Kupchella, Director of StJident.Actiiities 

Tamera Longsderff, Learning Senices and Disability, Coordinator 

Katiiarina Matic, Diredor of Student R^hts 

lane Nini, Diredorof Career Senices 

Stephanie Rax]idn^. Assistant Dean of Students 

Traq'Sadd, Chaplain/ Diredm- of ReHgousLife 

Kristin Sagun, Mental Health Su^' Counselor 

Young Center 

Jef&ey Bach, Diredor and Assodate Professor (f ReBgous Studies 

Hillar}' Daechez,. Administrative Assistant 

Russell Haitcli, YoungCenterFellow 

Donald Kraj-bill, Distingidshed Collie Professor 

C)Tithia Nolt, Research and Educational Associate to SeniorFellow 

Ste.T^ein'^oVi^Ad/mtiistratii'eandRBsearch. Assodate 




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Peter C. Achilles Samantha M. Adams Jamie L. Alvanitakis Kevin P. Andrews 



I 




Megan L. Armer 



Lauren E. Atherholt 



Jared C. Auman 



Kristina Avery 




Carla M. Baran KeananB.BarbourMardi Richelle B. Barkman Jennifer J. Beebe 




TV^2^E 




Amanda K. Bordogna Adam O. Botterbusch Jessica W. Bovey Erica W. Bowling 




Zacharv A. Bradlev Katherine A. Braid Sarah E. Brethauer Rachael C. Broad 




Sarah E. Brodbeck Robert A. Brown Kristen L. Bruckhart Nicole L. Brunner 




Andrea E. Bryant Lydia R. Bryce Kristin G. Brynga Tamara B. Burch 



THlJ'^EN 







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Taylor A. Butch Molly Q. Campbell Megan M. Cappos Jonathan C. Care 




Christina M. Carmona Holly L. Carr Amanda R. Carrow Natalie R. Carter 




Colin T. Carver Richard L. Casterline Christine N. Chase Daniel A. Cherin 




Jillian E. Chilcoat Heather N. Childs Gabriel J. Chong 



Lauren V. Ciriac 



fouJ4ekn 




Bradley D. Clapper 



Kevin C. Clark 




Jessica M. Cook 




Caitlin A. Corrigan 



Sarah R. Cracraft 




Laura E. Craft 



Maria C. Criniti 






V- 



1 lizabethtown has always been a place I consider 

icalling home. Looking back as a senior, 1 attribute 

a majority of my great success at E-town to some major 
activities and organizations in which I was involved. 
Noir B.S.S., Blue Faze Step Team, and being a Biology 
Allied Health Major have all been huge factors in my 
college career. Although Biology is a very demanding 
major, 1 have found that with assistance from all Biology 
staff and professors that my stay and success in the 
progi-am have not only enhanced my love for my major 
but also for the entire Biology department. In addition 
to my major my involvements with Noir B.S.S. and 
Blue Faze Step Team have also been great experiences. 
I am proud to say that 1 have had the privilege of seiving 
not only as a founding member and Secretary of Noir 
B.S.S. in November 2004-2006, but also as the acting 
President in 2006-2007. Noir enabled me to join an 
organization of Black and African American minorities 
on campus who seek to infomi and educate the campus 
on Black and African American issues and histoiy. This 
club has served as a way to create new friendships and 
introduce individuals with a desire to educate others on 
Black and African American issues to the Elizabethtown 
College campus and suiTounding community regardless 
of race or ethnicity. Not only has Noir been a way for 
me to have fun and become involved, but I have also 
been a member of the Step Team since 2004. Stepping 
has allowed me to engage in performance outside 
of the E-town community and visit other schools to 
help them e.xpress themselves through movements of 
bodies and sound. Although Elizabethtown is growing 
each year in tenns of students, diversity, and programs 
1 am proud to say that 1 have been a pait of making 
history at Elizabethtown. I saw E-town as my garden 
and naturally I chose to cultivate and [ must say that 
beautiful blooms have come forth. 



FIFj-gEN 




Jeremy L. Crouse Deborah A. Darlington Rebecca R. Day Daniel M. Debes 




Patrick M. Del Negro Allison M. Dicola Jordan J. Dirago Kelly J. Downs 




si>4r^N 




Christine A. Emerick Bliss N. Endicott Robert M. Erdesky 



Devon E. Fahy 



^^'•^^^^*^*'^^'-- 




Maryellen Fairchild 



Max T. Felt>' 



Ashley H. Ferguson Natalie M. Fickel 




^TgBwsa.-^ 



Sarah E. Fleming 




Kyle R. Foltz 



Lena H. Fry 



Zachary J. Galbraith Gina M. Gallagher 



Erica M. Gallo 



Michael A. Gephart 



eiiif; a Blue .lay volleyball player has molded 
my eolle<;e expeiienee at K-to>vii. Imh- as 
lon<j as I could reiiuMuhei; I watched m> paieuts 
run a >(tlle>hall lea<»ue at our local elementary 
school. At a \er> youn<> a«;e, I fell in lo\e with 
the sport. Alter o\ercomin<; my lear of spandex 
and realizing that despite my hei<>ht, basketball 
just wasn't for me — I knew \()lle>ball was it! 
When enlerin<i college, I never imagined that 
a i>ame I enjoyed so much could pro>ide me 
with so many opporlunilies. As a freshman, 
bein<; an athlete supplied an immediate circle of 
friends and supporters on campus. We learned 
from the upperclassmen and e\eutnall> <>rew 
into leaders and role models oursehes. Beini> a 
student-athlete at K-lown has provided me with 
a family <»f teammates, coaches, and some of my 
most treasuied friendships. Only my teammates 
\\A\c spent so many h»»urs with me...lravelin<> 
by bus, plane, or van...walkini; through fast 
food dri>e-lhrus...or playing (raninni. i'he 
fellow seniors and I have seen our i)ro<>ram "row 



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exponentially «ner the past 4 >ears. 



Championship and represent I'-to^^n at the 
NCAA ( hampionship rournament, recei>iu<; 
reco'^nition at the re<4i(mal and national le>el. 
>\e lune tra>eled from Peiisacola, I'L to lioston 



•in Islands. llo\>e>er...it 



liein<4a student 



and an :i 



and most imporlanth a lot of heart. But lookini< 
back «»ver the past four years — the re\\ards 
have "jreatly onl\^ei!;hed the stru<i<jles. Il\ been 
an incredible journey. ..it is hard to belie>e it is 
cominu to an end. 




Robert Gillichbauer, Jr. Sarah E. Gilson 




Judith R. Glanc 



Erin M. Gouin 




Dana L. Grantham Andrew C. Graybeal 







Michael J. Grecco Kimberly B. Greenwald Rebecca J. Greenwood Sarah E. Grove 




Emily A. Gunter Jayme L. Gutekunst Stephen K. Haberman Rebecca L. Hahn 




Erica Haines 



Douglas J. Hales 



Gregory C. Hall William R. Hamilton 




Ashley A. Hanneken 



Heather C. Harttraft Leeanne B. Hazzard 



Katie E. Heffner 



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Lori R. Height 



James M. Helsel Luke L. Heselden Brian N. Hooghuis 




Laurie J. Hoover Bethany F. Homer Jamie L. Homock 



JiU K. Hugus 



A-wwror-.' 




Rachel M. Irby Ashley L. Iwanowski Victoria F. Jankowski Jocelyn D. Jarrett 




Edward L. Jenkins Brandon R. Johnson Mindy A. Johnson David L. Jones 




Alanna L. Justice Jessica M. Kacanich Elizabeth A. Kamniann Marielle C. Kamouh 




Amanda M. Kasinecz Kaitlin A. Kasper Elizabeth C. Kassinger Eric C. Kelley 




Nicholas M. Kennedy K\le C. Kensinger 



TWEr^"! ONE 




Allison D. Koechig Lindsay H. KoUmeier Eric E. Kopp 



Michelle A. Latona 




Alessandra H. Lee Matthew J. Leicht 



Anne B. Lentz 



Ashley J. Line 




Shavvn P. Little 



Pearse J. Lombard Whitney L. Lowers 



Kristen D. Loy 




Ciara M. Lucas Olga Lyakhovetskaya Marissa A. Madalis Amanda A. Marchetti 



twen22 two 





Brvon P. Martine: Matthew J. McAuliff 




Randall J. McCormick Lauren J. McCracken 




Daniel J. McGuigan Cynthia M. McNemar 






nm^ 



tiident government has always been one j 
of my major passions, and was intensified 
when my fellow classmates elected me as 
the Class of 2008 Secretary freshman year. 
Through my four years in the Student Senate I 
have learned a great deal about Elizabethtown 
and its operations and particularly the role of 
the student government in those processes. 
I have also been able to see how the Senate 
serves or disserves its constituents. Student 
government should serve to ensure that 
student concerns are addressed with each 
other and with a college's administration, 
faculty, and staff in a time and professional 
manner with effective results. If a policy does 
not work in the community, it needs to be 
addressed and it can be through a properly 
functioning student government. The Student 
Senate has strived over the past four years to 
achieve these goals; however, like all student 
governments, it has been afflicted with large 
amounts of turn over and a limit of about 
eight months to accomplish its goals. It is 
also subject to the influences of a few and 
difficulty in representing the student body 
as a whole. It's my hope that as the years 
progress, the Senate may return to its former 
stature and effectiveness by moving beyond 
its current hour of darkness. I hope that my 
legacy in the Senate and the student body is a 
legacy of challenging norms and fighting for 
positive change in the lives of students. I hope 
that future generations of "Etownians" will 
become more actively involved in their own 
governance in order to enhance their quality 
of life and ensure their rights remain intact. 



TWEN^3rHREE 




James A. Melton Abbie L. Merrifield Julie D. Mezainis Lindsay M. Michael 



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Laura J. Michels Veronica Mikitka 



Ashley J. Miller 



Ashley N. Miller 




Quistopher W. Xlinakowski Victoria D. Miranda Ashlev E. Moll Hannah M. Moody 




Wesley K. Morgan Meaghan K. Morin Robert J. Mount Lyndsey F. MulhoUand 




Tw\iN'2;i^rovR 




Nicole B. Murphy Michelle E. Musser Natalie M. Musser Jasmine E. Myers 




Stephanie D. Nelson Hillary D. Newhart George C. Nicholas Ashley S. Norris 




Lauren E. O'Donnell Allison K. Orenstein Megan A. Orhelein Megan R. Ottey 




TWEr^5 P'^E 




"yinvolvenientwithf he Fineand Performing 
.Arts Department did not contribute to my 
life at E-town rather, it was my life at E-town. 
A day would not have seemed complete if it was 
not filled with at least five rehearsals. Although 
exhaustion was always a concern, I embraced 
the challenge of a music major's schedule and 
as a result broadened my musicality and my 
appreciation of art. An active member of 
multiple vocal and instrumental ensembles, as 
well as various divisions of theatre and dance, I 
chose an extensive education of integrated arts 
at Elizabethtown College. The knowledge and 
skills that I acquired during these rehearsals and 
performances transferred from group to group 
allowing me to advance my artistic abilities. In 
academics, the musical knowledge that I gained 
in class and in rehearsals was applicable to my 
practice in dance. As an Emotion choreographer, 
I had the ability to match movement to music 
rather than just counts. In turn, my experience 
in Emotion offered me an improved awareness 
of movement on stage. I was able to relate 
this awareness and fluidity to my involvement 
in theatre. Acting in the college's theatre 
productions granted me a sense of comfort and 
confidence that I would later employ in concerts 
and recitals to relieve nerves and performance 
anxiety. It was the combination of each of these 
ensembles and groups that created the musician, 
singer, instrumentalist, dancer, thespian, and 
most important, educator that I have become. 
The life of an artist (or schedule of music major) 
might not be the most ideal, but as the PAPA 
Department at Elizabethtown College has 
verified, it is the life for me. 



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Stephanie M. Pilichowski Nicole L. Podjed 




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Erin N. Pryor 




Robert S. Quails 



Carolyn M. Rash 




Kimberly A. Regan Catherine M. Reich 



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Michele L. Saul Meghan C. Scheeler L E. Schemadovits-Norris Amanda L. Schock 



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Vanessa M. Stence Andrew C. Stewart Katharine 1. Stone 



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Erin E. Taraschi Alicia C. Thompson 




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eflcction on our fouF 

abethtown College, 1 conclude that to 

uate as students in the truest sense is not 
ve been educated, but to have chosen to 
ge in learning. The Blue Jays have joined 
mmunity founded on education for the 
ce of others, and when we participated in 
ictive process of learning outside lecture 
is when we fully embodied this motto. 
y of our most shaping experiences were 
ones we earned by applying our talents 
ind the classroom, by choosing to take our 
nation into our own hands. Like many 
rs, I grew in character and integrity by 
Jiing out to my peers. I oriented new 
ients to Elizabethtown as a Peer Mentor 
: advocated student rights as President 
;he Student Senate. By choosing these 
.jmitments 1 learned lessons I could never 
ave gained by a mere passive acceptance of an 
;ation. Every day students of our College 
I by serving others, by athletic or artistic 
fevement, by charity and humanity, by 
torship and friendship; every day students 
I by doing. As we move forward in our 
!, let us not forget how much is learned by 
.imhersion in action. Elizabethtown College 
'-"Mares us to be lifelong learners, committed 
uprovement not simply for our own gains, 
[especially for the benefit of others. As 
: Jays, we chose to engage our education 
iany and various capacities; as alumni 
we choose to engage our lives with as 
much excitement and fervor. I challenge you 
^loose to live by doing. 




Kimberly A. Vondran Andrew P. Voshell 





Brandon M. Watson Ashley E. Weaver Christopher M. Weaver Alyson M. Webb 



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Lisa A. Wherley Ashley Whitmarsh Amber L. Wickard 



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Sarah E. Wilkie 



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Emily A. Wise 



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Vicky W. Wong Daniel P. Woodhead 




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Rachael Yearwood Christie L. Yurkovic 



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Elizabethtown College's Senior Week 2008 kicked off 
on Wednesday, May 14'^ with an old fashioned Pig 
Roast. The Senior Pig Roast was grilled and smoked to 
perfection by Hess's Barbecue Caterers of Lancaster. This 
year was beautiful outside, so attendees enjoyed memories 
and lots of food on the Brossman Commons Back Patio and 
Event Space. 

The members of the Class of 08 started the second day 
of Senior Week with Starbucks & Memories' at the 
Raffensperger Alumni House. Seniors enjoyed freshly baked 
French pastries, fresh fruit, gourmet teas, and Starbucks 
Coffee as they laughed and cried over the memories pictured 
in the Senior Slide Show. 

Another Etown Senior Week tradition is the Senior 
Adventure. This year didn't disappoint with fun, thrills, 
and water! Seniors had non-stop fun with unlimited miniature 
golf, go-karts, and bumper boats at Adventure Sports in 
Hershey. Every senior got to be a kid again! Attendees also 
got the chance to see all the movies they wanted for free at 
MoviE-town in addition to free bowling at Clearview Lanes. 





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In the evening of Thursday, May 15"", graduates were 
invited to the Raffensperger Alumni House garden for a 
picnic with the President and the Senior Class Toast. Students 
were treated with steak hot off the grill, mouthwatering 
barbecued chici^en, and grilled portabella mushrooms in 
addition to very tempting desserts. 

Ted and Betty Long personally welcomed 
all seniors. A champagne toast was also 

held to commemorate the years at Elizabethtown. 
The final day of Senior Week was kicked off with The Morning 
After' breakfast in the Thompson Gym. Students enjoyed 
Starbucks Coffee, fresh fruit, and baked treats followed by 
graduation rehearsal. 

Seniors were recognized at the All-College Picnic and 
Seniors' Choice Awards held in the Marketplace. The 
Class of 2008 waited in suspense to see who won the coveted 
awards during lunch. 





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Senior Week came to a close with the 2008 Baccalaureate 
Service held in Leffler Chapel on the evening of May 
16*. The theme for this year's service was "The Good Life." 
Seniors reflected on their time at Elizabethtown College. 
Students with many different majors and backgrounds walked 
on stage and discussed their college experience. Many gave 
credit to Elizabethtown's environment, its professors, and 
how this institution has changed them. In addition, the 
traditional Senior Choir was present and performed several 
musical ballads. The service ended with an experience similar 
to the Class of 2008's Induction into Elizabethtown College. 
Everyone in the chapel lit candles and reflected on Etown and 
its effect on them. 

Following the ceremony. Reflections by the Lake was 
held by Lake Placida. This event offered a time of 
fellowship for graduating seniors and their guests and 
the College's faculty and staff. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and 
non-alcoholic beverages were served as all anticipated the 
Commencement Ceremony to be held the next day. 





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Elizabethtown College held Its 105* Commencement 
ceremony on Saturday, May 17, 2008. The College 
proudly presented almost 640 students who completed 
the necessary requirements to receive a degree. These 
students represented almost 50 majors and 80 minors and 
concentrations. Several graduates met the requirements to 
be inducted into one of the institution's honoraries. 

This year, 18 graduates were members of the 
Elizabethtown College Honors Program. Over 60 
international and study abroad students stood among our 
graduates wearing multi-colored sashes that represented the 
23 countries that they called home or were a location in which 
they studied. 

This year's proceedings were led by Grand Marshal 
Thomas R. Leap '74 and Marshal Jane F. Cavender. 
President Theodore E. Long and Provost and Senior Vice 
President Susan Traverso conferred the degrees. The 2008 
Commencement Address was given by Arthur E. Levine, 
President of Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. 
Also in attendance at this year's Commencement Ceremony 
was the graduating class of 1958. These members celebrated 
their 50* reunion at the ceremony. 





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and female residents with an average of 20 
students per floor community. All rooms have 
a unique "L" shape, carpeted floors and central 
heating and air conditioning systems. There 
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kitchen. Brinser Hall houses an Academic 
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M. Currie, N. Wetzel, J. Schwetz, 
J. Mitsch, M. Patrick, R. Mains, 
M. Heinbockel, A. Choute, P. Alder, 
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A.Daws, N. Imler, A. Thompson, M. Salazar, 

R. Stanton, S. Masson, K. Huylebroeck, 

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G. Giannetti, S. Norman, 

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318 students, making it our largest residence hall. 
This air-conditioned, co-ed residence hall offers 
a unique, living environment. Each floor is the 
equivalent of a small community, consisting of 
bathrooms and lounge areas designed to 
accommodate eight students. A large lounge area 
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C. Bevaridge, J. Potter, K.Bohdel, 
A. Shaak, D. Gladfelter, M. Jones 



B. Kieman, M. Vinagro, R. Francis, 
A. Hartzell, L. Savage, A. Gordon, 
G. Kenneally, A. Miller, A. Krockel 



M. Gabler, A. Mogle, M. Loiselle, 
J. Melnick, S. Barbin, M. Ruzzo, 

A. Thompson, M. Steiner, L. Kirk, 

B. Horst, E. Swarr 



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L. Riley, C. Kofeldt, M. Tooley, L. Lee, 

B. Watkins, C. Birmingham, M. Pinto, 

B. Toland, A. Keenan, M. Kenneally, 

A. Toczlowski, B. Landis, A. Jury, 

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K. Snyder, K. Weber, K. Chase, 
M. Montfort 



B. Enders, R. Follweiler, A. Danner, 
M. Galanek, D. Ashcraft, S. Johnson, 

C. Reppucci, A. Reese, M. Hendrie, 

A. Craven, T. Nevill, D. Gaul, A. DiMarco, 
S. Hellman, A. Lynch, J. Modge 



Z. Landis, J. Knapp, B. Schaaf, A. luppa, 

J. Matthews, S. DiGrazia, J. Fuesler, 

A. Wright, A. Boothby, S. Clancy, 

K. Heisler, D. Cantor, A. Blauch, 

C. Kelly, K. Dust 

C. Darretta, E. Grove, M. Keeler, 

K. McKeown, M. Kochuba, A. Marfisi, 

A. Gordon, S. Hihn, S. Church, 

J. Waterbolk, B. Hoffman, 

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C. Day, B. Haughney, M. Brown, 

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M. Timney, B. Miller, K. Pierce 



M. Bui, A. Mercuri, A. Calabrese, 
J. Rodeheaver, C. Wingard, 
T. Bauder, H. Salisbury, K. Locke, 
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L. Matthews, A. Walmer, C. Caltagarone, 

D. Weaver, M. Denmark, S. Bireley, 

L. Miller, M. Thaler, M. Brown, E. Bauer, 

M. Bean, K. Roberts, K. Speicher, 

S. Campbell 

K. Shimada, L. Shovlin, C. Smith, K. Snyder, 

C. Gustovsen, J. Pizzuto, M. Subasic, 

K. Schmitt. A. Markowicz, M. Momenzadeh, 

S. Bucher, L. Broten, J. Elder, J. Lenhart, 

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M. Ouellette, L. Golomb, 

J. Williams, S. Lawlorj 

J. Peterson, S. Lawler, K. Smith, 

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J. Ford, C. Schickler, B. Mylett, 

J. Warner, D. Moll, D. Senkler, 

B. Brisan, M. Hester, J. Auman,, 

A. Sheiblev, D. Frehulfer, D. Fenton, 

M. Kutz, K. Smith, G. Snow, B. Walker, 

S. Rowland, D. Provence, N. lacono, 

A. Hester, K. Makara, M. Sheridari 



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Ober houses 202 students. It is divided into 
two wings. Each floor community averages 29 
students and has 12 double occupancy rooms, 
one single room, one suite for four students 
and a lounge. The rooms recently received 
carpeting. The two wings are connected by a 
main lounge and a Wellness/Substance Free 
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D. Brandt, S. Berry, S. Schreff 



A. Walker, S. Powell, S. Turzai, 

S. Carmel, A. DeMarco, 

J. Eveland, S. Tyrie, B. Kuppe, 

J. Dougherty, F. Bertossi 



N. Derr, A. Liddle, B. Davisson, 
J. Miller, B. Gallagher, W. Tuck, 
A. Derkacz, A. Filewicz, 
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B. House, T. Stepp, B. Keyser, T. Krausse, 
M. Jones, J. Matakas, B. Quigley, 
B. Epps, P. Levengood, K. Taddonio, 
A. Leota, L. Sether, J. Herbert, 
N. Andrews, P. Connor, S. Green, 
J. Pandolfino, S. Sinclair, J. Donnelly 



Royer accommodates 125 men and women, 
with an average of 21 students per hall. A male 
and female Environmental Awareness 
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A. Hopkins, K. Sallade, 
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J. Hypnarowski, JR Hewitt, H. Tucker, 

A. Burd, K. Bayzick, M. Warner, 

B. Osborn, A. Plantz, R. O'Neill,!. Pagut, 

C. Oswald, S. Bozworth, G. Spadin 



C. Pinckney, K. Castor, J. Whitmore, 

D. Michener, C. Sowers, L Riley, 

J. Kibby, A. James, K. Geiger, J. Snyder, 
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K. Amen, K. Christie, 

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E. Cunningham, A. Ranieri, 

M. Kench, A. Cairns, J. Moore, 

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M. Pinckney, S. Finn, A. Coffey, 
B. Poplar, K. Flasser, 
M. Murphy, A. Heydt, L. Nyman, 
A. Freeland, A. Paranto, J. Alcorn, 
E. Brumbach, J. Colman 

A. Nguyen, D. Barus, L. Kalick, 

H. Robertson, S. Bury, M. Giardina, 

B. Altland, A. Ricker, A. Cook, 

L. Ontiveros, N. Babilya, M. Rooney, 
S. David, F. Wissels, R. Cooper 



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J. Atkinson, K. Mazella, 

S. Alleman, J. Waetke, 

K. Muthard, A. Kramer, K. Hall, 

J. Lawson 



S. Maratta, S. Moncada, L. Pagano, 

G. Taylor, L. Ott, K. Filer, 

K. McGrann, K. Van Den Akker, 

L. Fairweather, A. Ledbetter, S. Twigg, 

C. McMullin, L. Carmichael 



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August of 2000. These three story structures 
both consist of 23 quad occupancy apartments, 
each with a double bedroom, full kitchen and 
baths, furnished living and dining rooms and 

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M. Miller, S. Kennedy, 
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S. Craft, A. Koechig, 
S. Strobel, J. Chilcoat 



B. Surgeon, B. Horner, 
K. Loy, A. Marchetti 



M. Allen, K. Heich, 
C. Solimine 

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M. Cappos, R. Day, 
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K. Stehly, A. Reid 
C. Baran, J. Ruzzo 



A. Poletto, W. Morgan 
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C. Pettersson, N. Hartzman, 
R.Duke, M. Phtchard 



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N. Fickel, K. Diehl, 
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p. Del Negro, E. Woltkamp 
K. Andrews, E. Schatz 



D. Rulander, R. St. Clair, 
S. Derkacz, J. Matula 

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J. Schirmer, M. Fairchild, 
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The V. Lester Schreiber Quadrangle was 
opened in 1992. This complex of townhouses 
accommodates 128 men and women. The 
furnished apartments open to a courtyard and 
commons building, available for quiet studying 
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Established in 1992, the Student Directed Learning 
Communities are housing opportunities within the 
College-owned homes along the perimeter of the 
campus. They offer small groups of upper class 
students the opportunity to create a unique, self- 
directed living environment, centered on a com- 
mon theme, issue, or interest through which the 
group is expected to share and enrich the campus 
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playing on her iHome as she reads from a relaxation 

script. The relaxation session guided participants 

in progressive muscle relaxation, followed 

by a script read to music in order to 

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Best Buddies 

The Best Buddies SDLC enhances the lives of 
people with intellectual disabilities by providing 
opportunities for one-to-one friendships and 
integrated employment. The SDLC coordinates 
programs on campus, organizing events and matching 
college members with community buddies. 

Brightening Our Community 

The Brightening Out Community SDLC seeks to help 
less-fortunate families. Focusing on their efforts 
on young mothers and their children, the members 
provide support, care and compassion to the residents 
of the Milagro House in Lancaster, PA. They strive 
to promote community awareness and to establish 
their SDLC as a link between the community and this 
nonprofit organization. 

Diamond House 

The Diamond House SDLC advocates for cultural 
diversity. By incorporating underrepresented 
ethnic groups, the SDLC members hope to broaden 
and better-educate the campus community about 
different cultures. The SDLC visits small groups of 
neighborhood high school students and the Lancaster 
REACH program two days per month. To bridge the 
cultural gap between nearby cities and Elizabethtown, 
the SDLC encourages the campus to become active in 
these endeavors. 

Green House 

The Green House SDLC advocates for environmental 
protection, while encouraging environmental 
awareness and appreciation. Together, they promote 
a prosperous and healthy environment. 

Harmony House 

The Harmony House SDLC creatively uses music in 
therapy and education through various contexts in 
the community to aid in socialization, in relaxation, 
in cognitive development, in providing outlets 
for appropriate behavior and in creating leisure 
activities for older adults, children and the campus 
community. 



Nurturing Underprivileged Teens House 

Through mentoring and leadership, the NUT House 
aids in the development of youth through curricular 
and co-curricular activities that promote mental and 
physical awareness. 

Physical Awareness Team House 

The PhAT House SDLC promotes the importance of 
physical awareness and healthiness. Through the 
SDLC members' service, Elizabethtown's children 
gain valuable team-building skills, along with self- 
confidence and an appreciation of a lifestyle geared 
towards healthiness. Relationships are formed 
stressing the importance of respect for others. Youth 
learn that physical fitness can be enjoyable and that 
it is important to be healthy in every aspect of your 
life. It is the hope of the PhAT House members that 
they will lead by example and encourage activity in 
the minds and bodies of the community's children. 

Puppy Love 

The Puppy Love SDLC supports the efforts of the 
Susquehanna Service Dogs (SSD) organization by 
riasing awareness about service dogs, executing 
several projects or raise money for SSD and enhancing 
their own education by participating in service- 
learning that is in their field of study. Ultimately, 
this SDLC hopes to create a new level of awareness 
and sensitivity toward disability. 

Saturday's Special 

Through educational and fun activities, the Saturday 
Special SDLC engages children ages 3 through 12 in 
activities that foster social skills and development 
and that provide them with positive role models. 
This SDLCs motto is: "Nurturing the seeds of today 
into the flowers of tomorrow." 

Treasure & Respect Earth's Environment House 

The TREE House SDLC seeks to treasure and respect 
the earth's environment through hands-on experiences 
and education for themselves and the community. 
They promote an understanding of ecological issues 
and a respect for the earth's environment. 




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Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering 
and its Lyet Wing for Biological Sciences on 
Saturday, October 20**", during Homecoming 
and Family Weekend. Recognized at the event 
were Frank M. Masters Jr., who contributed $4 
million — the single largest cash contribution in 
Eliza bethtown's history - toward construction of the 
Center, and alumnus Dr. J. Paul Lyet III, for whom 
the Lyet Wing was named. When its completed 
later this year, the entire Masters Center project 
will renovate more than 95,000 square feet and 
provide an additional 33,000 square feet of 
science classroom and laboratory space. For more 
than 70 years, Frank Masters has maintained an 
interest in mineral collecting, and as part of his gift 
Elizabethtown College, he donated a mineral 
jllection that includes museum-quality pieces. 
is collection is permanently housed in the atrium 
of the new Masters Center. The Mineral Gallery 
was dedicated on Thursday, May 1 " and contains 
numerous specimens from around the world including 
quarries in Pennsylvania, the Andamooka Ranges of 
South Australia, and various locations in between. 
In oil, the Masters Center was o $1 9-million project 
that has entailed considerable work to update 
existing science laboratories and classroom space 
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newest Blue Joys to campus. This year, the 
Class of 201 1 had an experience like no other 
class has had before. All 503 first-year students 
packed up their belongings and moved into 
their new residence at Elizabethtown College 
pn Thursday, August 23"''. The new students 
ywpre welcomed with excitement and enthusiasm 
by all. Major highlights of the fall orientation 
schedule include the First-Year Walk, Campaign, 
and their Induction Ceremony. The First-Year 
Walk acclimated the newest members of the 
College community to those in town. Campaign, 
which was held in Leffler Chapel, was a time for 
201 1 's leaders to shine. Those who wanted to be 
Ivolved with Student Senate had time to entice 
Jeir classmates to vote for them in the forthcoming 
--Ejection. In between political speeches, all were 
« t V entertained by student groups on campus including 
Phalanx and Melica. Fall Orientation draws to 
a close with the Induction Ceremony. Held in 
Leffler Chapel, the Induction was a time for the 
Elizabethtown College community to welcome its 
newest members with an official welcome and 
an Etown pin. Many students grew fond of the 
college experience through this week and were 
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1 9*, with the Float-Building Party held at the 
Elizabethtown fairgrounds. This year's float theme 
was "Learning." Among the creative ideas for the 
floats included dedications to Service Learning 
and Dr. Suess. Later that evening the members of 
Mad Cow kept the audience laughing with their 
unique improv comedy skits. Mad Cow alumni 
were also recognized during this entertaining 
show. The 1 S"" Annual Homecoming Parade took 
place on Saturday, October 20* in the morning. 
The fully decorated floats made their way down 
Hickory Lane to College Avenue and much of the 
own community and students lined the streets to 
watch the spectacle. Immediately following the 
parade spectators made their way over to Brinser 
Field for the Homecoming Fair. Many of the clubs 
and organizations sold t-shirts and food and also 
hosted games that were fun for the entire family. 
After Brinser Field had been cleared and the floats 
taken down, students and their families piled in to 
Leffler Chapel for the performance by comedian 
Robert Wuhl, who hosts his own show on HBO. Mr. 
Wuhl had the entire audience laughing, making it 
a great end to a wonderful day. Finally, Phalanx 
performed a show on Sunday afternoon bringing 
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March 27*, as students rallied together to cheer 
on their favorite Elizabethtown College males 
in the annual Mr. Etown competition. The male 
version of a beauty pageant is funny, quirky, 
and overall a good time. Male representatives 
from each living area are nominated to compete 
for the coveted crown of Mr. Etown. This year's 
competitors included Mr. Brinser, sophomore Matt 
Torresani; Mr. Royer, first-year Tyler Ranck; Mr. 
Founders, sophomore Steve Juliano; Mr. Ober, 
junior Maurice Rapp; Mr. Apartments, senior 
Justin Martin; N\x. Quads, senior Pearse Lombard; 
and Mr. Off-Campus, junior Mike Azzalina. The 
men were introduced in an opening video which 
chronicled their journey to that Thursday evening 
in March. This year's competition was hosted by 
senior Lyndsey Mulholland and junior Jake Keeler, 
Mr. Etown 2007. Jake had an Etown identity crisis 
because the thought of relinquishing the crown 
scared him. The nominees entertained the crowd 
with individual lip sync routines which ranged from 
a Michael Jackson and Lord of the Rings mash- 
up to journey of the life of Justin Timberlake and 
many others. After a brief intermission, the winners 
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The students at Elizabethtown College have 
many traditions to look forward to from year 
to year. The Junior/Senior Formal is one of these 
occasions. This is a time for upperclassmen to shed 
their sweatpants and sweatshirts and get dressy 
for a night of good food, good company and 
great dancing. A change was made this year to 
the signing of the Junior/Senior contract between 
Elizabethtown College and the host hotel. With 
the change, students had to book their own rooms 
for the event because the contract was only for 
the dinner and the dance. Many students had 
doubt in the new system. Nevertheless, the Junior/ 
Senior Committee of Student Senate continued to 
plan an unforgettable night. This year's theme 
was Bourbon Street Jazz, and took place at The 
our Points Sheraton in Harrisburg. Students were 
welcome to check-in in the afternoon then get 
dressed and socialize with their friends prior to the 
main event. It was beautiful evening beginning with 
themed musicians who played jazz music during the 
cocktail hour. Dinner was served. Event goers had 
a choice of steak or chicken served with potatoes 
and vegetables. After the main course was served, 
students enjoyed the cheesecake dessert. Dinner 
concluded and students returned to socializing. 
Then the main event started: dancing. The Student 
Senate had an amazing disc jockey on hand to 
entertain students. Etown students and their dates 
then danced the night away and made many 
memories to talk about for many years to come. 
Even though the plans started out differently than 
past years, students were not disappointed with a 
well planned and well run event! 




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The highlight of every year for the students' 
at Elizabethtown College is Thank.Goddness. 
It's.Spring weekend. This year's theme was 
entitled All-American and included many events 
that are typically thought to be patriotic and 
representative of the American culture. The 
weekend was kicked off on Thursday night with 
extreme juggler Chad Taylor, and ended with 
an apple pie dessert. Friday night started with 
a knee slapping performance by one of the 
college's improve group. Mad Cow. Other events 
included Hypnotist Gabriel Holmes and Friday 
Night Franks, which many of the students attended 
after the hypnotist performance in Leffler Chapel. 
The highlight of the weekend was on Saturday 
when the All-American Carnival drove on in to 
Etown. The carnival consisted of many different 
themed inflatables, including an obstacle course 
and human bowling. Dining Services was nice 
enough to offer their time and provided many 
kiosks with delicious festive foods such as funnel 
cakes, hamburgers, hot dogs and even kettle 
corn! The night was capped off with a trip to the 
Lancaster Barnstormers baseball game, which was 
followed by fireworks in the stadium. The weekend 
ended on Sunday with Pup-E-Palooza, which was 
a wonderful event where the community members 
were able to come on to campus and enjoy the 
weekend as well. Throughout the weekend many 
movies captivating the American theme were 
shown, including Forest Gump, American Psycho, 
and the classic favorite, E.T. Despite the semi- 
inclement weather, the students were able to keep 
a smile on their faces and enjoy the most talked 
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This year's Into the Streets, a campus and 
community-wide service project day, was held 
on Saturday, November Z"'. "Soar Into the Streets" 
was the theme with the Elizabethtown College Blue 
Jay as the mascot. The events started on Friday 
night with a rally, which included a performance 
by the cheerleaders and a cake cutting ceremony 
featuring the Etown's one and only Blue Jay mascot. 
New activities were added to the service project 
day this year. Some included "Learning to Throw 
the Disk" with the Frisbee Club, a book drive, 
Adopt-a-Highway, and meal making. Saturday's 
festivities started off with a breakfast for the 
participants. Some of the Into the Streets events 
took place before or after the actual event. One 
such event was helping senior citizens winterize 
their homes. Students involved helped remove 
summer items out of the houses and also helped 
to mulch, rake, and paint for the senior citizens. 
Other participants visited senior citizens in nursing 
homes and retirement communities, offering yard 
;^j work, musical programs, games, and clean-ops. 
Further events included cleaning up Conroy Creek, 
working with Habitat for Humanity, and painting 
buildings and murals. An Activities Fair was also 
held at the Elizabethtown Area Middle School, 
which allowed children in first through fifth grades 
to participate in various workshops. The Into 
the Streets event fits in well with Elizabethtown 
College's motto: "Educate for Service." 



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night event where participants not only stay 
up all night, but remain on their feet the entire 
time. Started by junior Amanda Marfisi and an 
incredible planning board in the Spring of 2007, 
I E Thon was an ambiguous name that no one knew 
about. Its popularity has grown: over the past two 
years E Thon has raised over $12,000 for the 
Four Diamonds Fund. The Four Diamonds Fund is 
an organization dedicated to alleviating financial, 
emotional, and physical burdens of families who 
have children with cancer. E Thon has seen over 
4 250 students, including most student performance 
groups, more than 30 faculty members, and new 
this past year, live bands participated in the 
cause. This year, coordinator Marfisi, with board 
members Andrea Matz, Kim Wienches, Joe Klinger, 
Briana Gieski, Rachel Louison, Elizabeth Sodomin, 
"Stephen Juliano, Leighanne Spitzer, Todd Fidler, 
Elizabeth Kirk, and Judy Glanc, worked all year 
long to plan the festivities for the evening including 
sports' tournaments, a talent show, a fashion show, 
and raffles. Next year's coordinator, sophomore 
^ Autumn Metcalf, with another board will continue 
to make E Thon a sucess! Hopefully this event will 
continue many years into the future and keep on 
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Celebrate. Remember. Fight back. This was the slogan 
for this year's Relay for Life at Elizabethtown. The 
event proved to be a huge success with more than 600 
registered participants, 38 teams of participants, and 
more than 35 cancer survivors in attendance. Together, 
participants raised more than $70,000, all of which was 
given to the American Cancer Society. The Relay for 
Life is a 1 2-hour walk to celebrate the lives of people 
who have conquered cancer, to remember those who lost 
their battles with cancer, and to fight back against this 
vicious disease. The event was held on the Elizabethtown 
College Track, beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 1 8 
and ending at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 1 9. This year's 
event included activities such as soccer and volleyball 
tournaments, a scavenger hunt, and pie-eating contest, 
along with entertainment from various bands and 
Elizabethtown performing groups, including For the 
Greater Good and Emotion. Teams had the opportunity 
to take part in theme laps, including favorite superhero 
43nd Hawaiian laps. In addition, ceremonies were held 
^ honor the lives of those people who lost their battle 
with cancer and to celebrate the lives of cancer survivors. 
The theme for this year's Relay for Life was "Wish Upon 
a Cure," a Disney-inspired idea. Each team picked a 
Disney movie to represent their team and use that movie 
theme to choose decorations for their campsite and for 
their team T-shirts. The event was coordinated by E-town 
College's chapter of Colleges Against Cancer (CAC), a 
collegiate coalition of the American Cancer Society. The 
planning committee is made up of a group of E-town 
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On November 1 , 2007, the Elizabethtown College 
Fine and Performing Arts department presented 
the fall theatre production of Gini. Ginf chronicles the 
life of the fictional Pete Gint as he searches to find 
himself and his place in the world. The play begins in 
the Appalachian Mountains and follows Gint full circle 
to the West Coast and then back to the Appalachian 
Mountains. Throughout his journey Gint hopes to do 
something great but ends up lying, drinking, getting into 
trouble, and having more than one sexual misadventure. 
Linney's Gint has three principal characters that remain 
constant throughout the show, Gint, Sally Vicks, and Oldie 
Momma, played by junior Sam Gillam, sophomore Emily 
Grove, and junior Katlyn Howes respectively. The rest 
of the cast play multiple roles as various characters that 
affect Gint's life, including razorback hogs, billionaires, 
lunatics, and devils. They were Mike Gephart, Megan 
Roberts, Ezra Shatz, Natasha Threatts, Elyse Venturella, 
and Graham Stokes. In the end Gint arrives back where 
he started and finds what he spent his life looking for. 
Among the many people in attendance over the course 
of the three performances was David Zarko, resident 
artistic director of the Northeast Theatre in Scranton. 
Zarko gave several awards to Etown's production of 
Ginf. The entire cast received a certificate of merit for 
their ensemble acting; Barry Fritz, lighting designer, 
was given a certificate for his specific lighting design; 
and Michael Swanson, Associate Professor of Theatre, 
received a certificate for his direction of the show. 
Michael Gephart and Sam Gillam were also nominated 
for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship competition for 
their performance in the play. In addition to these 
awards, Zarko nominated a specific scene, where Gint 
meets a group of razorback hogs, from "Gint" to be 
shown at the Kennedy Center American College Theater 
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On April 1 0, 2008, The Fine and Performing 
Arts department at Elizabethtown College 
presented Wendy Kesselman's adaptation of The 
Diary of Anne Frank as their spring production. 
Before the play's premiere in Tempest Theater, 
two faculty members discussed the historical 
context and continued relevance to the play. 
The presenters for this event v/ere Director of 
the Center for Global Citizenship and Associate 
Professor of International Relations Bill Ayres and 
Visiting Professor of Hebrew Bible Erika Fitz. In 
addition, the College sponsored several other 
events on campus focusing on the Holocaust. One 
event included a presentation about why the 
United States took so long in responding to the 
Holocaust, held by Associate Professor of History 
David Brown. The play, originally written by 
Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett in 1 955, is 
based on the journal of a family's struggle while 
hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during World 
War II. Kesselman's adaptation was written 
for the 1997 Broadway revival, which starred 
Natalie Portman as Anne Frank. First-year Emily 
Knitter portrayed Anne in Etown's production of 
the play and senior Mike Gephart played Peter 
Van Daan. Many production companies around 
the world have performed The Diary of Anne 
Frank and Elizabethtown's Fine and Performing 
Arts department and Director Michael Swanson 
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Alpl is the professional student organization for 

music therapy majors on campus. They strive to learn 
more about their field as well as those they will encounter 
in the working world. In addition, they advocate for music 
therapy by volunteering in many ways. Whether Alpha 
Mu is providing a recital for children or for older adults, 
they are always learning about their profession, serving 
others, and growing as individuals. 

is a program that matches college 
students with individuals from the local community with 
intellectual disabilities. The chapter pairs individuals 
in one-to-one friendships and organizes monthly 
group activities. Activities in the 2007-2008 school 
year included a Fashion Show, a Walk-A-Thon, and a 
Hawaiian Luau. 
Biology CIul is a student run organization focusing 
^ on the biological sciences. They work with wetland 



restoration. The club assists in the planning of events 
both enjoyable and educational for students and faculty 
to enjoy including a club trip. Biology Club tries to 
encourage its younger students through a buddy system 
with older students. 

The '-leBding Clu performs at all home men's 

basketball games and some of the home women's 
basketball games. They have also attended a few 
competitions in recent years. The squad is selected 
based on tryouts. The Captain this year was Lisa 
Wherley. 

"ircle K is an international organization of which 
Etown is one of the largest chapters. They do community 
service in a smorgasbord of areas including but not 
limited to working with children, the elderly, animals, 
and special needs persons. Circle K's three tenants of 
success include service, leadership, and fellowship. 



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Row 1: R. Brackins, J. Glanc, B. Aubin, 
L. Herzer 

Row 2: M. Fairchlld, B. Sullivan, K. Toskey, 

C. Yoder, S. Johnson, K. Roesler 

Row 3: S. Lynd, J. Steinsberger, S. Bledka, 
L. Hackett, C. Donahue, K. Santee 

Row 4: S. Baumann, L. Ontlveros, 
E. Moni'smith, C. Beverldge, M. Tschop, 

D. Hopkins 



Best Buddies 

Row 1: C. Carmona, A. Baklarz, L. Becker, 
E. Belletti, J. Hostetter 





Row 2: A. Godshall, G. Gutshall, C. Lane, 
M. Sauder, A. Wright, B. McClenaghan, 
B. Will 



Row 3: D. McGuigan, J. Ulmer, B. Price, 
B. Powell, C. Illigasch, R Yeager, 
H. Harttraft 

Row 4: J. Snyder, L. DeMezza, K. Downs 
A. Golas, J. Stauffer, M. Kauffman 



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Row 1: B. Martinez, L. Crichfield, 
K. Zamietra, L. Sether, J. Ammirata, 
A. Bryan, M. Jones 



Row 2: L. Sodomin, K. Bruckhart, E. Belletti 

Row 3: Mrs. Bartlett, Dr. Yorty, L. Besson, 
L. Fry, J. Bescker, M. Saul, M. Barr, 
L. Evans, Dr. Wohl, Dr. Bridge 




CheeHeading Club 

Row 1 : A. Heller, Coach A. Koltonuk, 
S. PlUchowski, R. Hahn, A. McCann, 
L. Wherley, L. Sheridan, M. MemoU 



Row 2: A. Mull, B. Patten, M. Glardlna, 
C. PercelU, D. Reitz, R. Moatz, J. Bakan, 
A. Prowell, J. Smith, K. Hoff 




Circle K 



Row 1: A. Kramer, B. Horner, S. Eddlnger, 
K. Snyder, K. Loy, S. Stamatopoulos 

Row 2: J. Potter, A. Marchetti, K. Castor, 
A. Matz, L. DeMezza, M. Casey, A. Metcalf, 
A. Smith 

Row 3: S. Moore,' D. Foran, K. Kauffman, 

A. Haun, B. Hanlon, K. Dove, E. Lengel, 
N. Langobardi, L. Sodomin, H. Rhoads, 

B. Osterhaut 

Row 4: B. Lewis, H. Funk, A. Marfisi, 
S. Plunkett, C. Bensel, J. Klinger 



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The mission of is to further the 

principles and objectives of the Republican party, by 
partaking in a wide range of activities, both on-campus 
and off. While the CR's main focus during an election 
season is on electing Republican candidates, other 
activities include attending state and national conferences 
or even holding debates and protests on our campus. 

is a national collaboration of 
college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to fighting 
cancer, volunteering for the American Cancer Society, 
and improving college communities by instating and 
supporting programs of the American Cancer Society. 

is a reminiscent collection of the 
past academic year. The mission of the Conestogan is 
to facilitate a greater sense of community among the 
Elizabethtown campus, to bring together more closely 
the various departments and events at the College, and 



to keep fresh in our memories each year of increased 
student activities and college spirit. 

is Elizabethtown College's very own television 
station. The TV Station is student run by a Board of 
Directors and broadcasts two original programs: E-town 
Tonight, a news magazine show, and E-town Spotlight, an 
interview style show. Along with these original programs 
ECTV also covers many campus and community events 
such as Mr. Etown, Emotion showcases, Mad Cow 
performances, high school football games, Blue Jay 
basketball and the Elizabethtown Holiday Parade. 

The mission of the ucation Organizatio is to 
provide an atmosphere in which future educators feel 
safe, accepted, and motivated to become successful 
teachers. The organization's members actively 
participate in volunteer projects through local schools 
and organizations throughout the school year. 



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Row 1: K. Walsh, S. DiGrazia, A. Conway, 
M. Nebbia, V. Miranda 



Row 2: B. Hamilton, T. Kropp, J. Stehr, 
P. Edger 



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Row 1: N. Crist, J. Peterson, R. Rohland 

Row 2: K. Parker, B. A. Patti, A. Palmer, \ 

S. Stamatopoulos, A. Quimby, A. Shaak, 
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Row 1: K. Callaghan, E. Pflugh, K. Smith, 
S. Vemaci 

Row 2: C. Darretta, J. Ford, C. Lynch 

Row 3: J. Fi'mmano 




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Row 1 : A. Hauser 

Row 2: K. Maryott, S. Ki'chline, J. Keeler, 
D. Lauletta, S. Couch, J. Fimmano 




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Row 1: C. lUigasch, J. Williams, S. Zerhusen, 

A. Cairns, C. Bensel, B. Horner, S. Eddinger, 
S. Sinclair 

Row 2: K. Hawk, J. Smith, N. Opdyke, 

B. Steffy, T. Hart, D. Doty, C. Gustavsen, 
L. James 

Row 3: K. Vath, S. Lynn, K. Brown, M. Preston, 
A. Thompson, C. Intoccia, K. Roberts, 
L. Nygrea, K. Paporello 

Row 4: J. Ketchen, W. Lowers, S. Mortensen, 
J. Hediger, L. Herr, A. Orenstein, 
K. Vondran, A. Vandegrift 

Row 5: K. Loy, K. Snyder, C. Anderson, 
A. Conte, K. Heffner, E. Bauer, B. Clapper 



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is a club at Elizabethtown College 
that provides a creative outlet for students who 
are interested in dance and physical well-being. 
Emotion also strives to promote an understanding 
and awareness of dance, as well as to enhance 
the cultural life of the college community. The 
group performs a fall and spring show which is 
well attended by those of the college and the 
community. 

The Etownian, Elizabethtown College's student 
newspaper, strives to provide accurate, objective, 
reliable and convenient coverage of news relevant 
to the Etown College community, while maintaining 
a high level of professionalism and journalistic 
integrity. The Etownian offers a forum for dialogue 
and debate between students, faculty, staff. 



administrators and alumni, as well as an opportunity 
for writers, photographers and Board members 
to develop invaluable experience in the field of 
journalism. 

is home to Jewish students and professors 
as well as all those interested! They strive to 
provide a comfortable and fun environment to share 
traditions, holiday celebrations, tolerance, important 
discussions, and other cultural landmarks, as well 
as social action events. 

The goal of the is to provide 

the Elizabethtown College community and the 
neighboring community with a group of leaders and 
scholars who are willing to take a stand and make a 
difference through the sponsorship of activities and 
community service. 





Etownian 



Row 1: S. Roth, B. Brewer, A. Marciniak, 
L. Kirk, M. Guzik, B. Cox, Dr. Johnson, 
K. Conroy, V. Mikitka, J. Tarr, 
A. Bauernschmidt, D. Debes, S. Bicker, 
K. Barbour-March, A. Kramer, 
D. Breidenstine, J. Bartoh'no 



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Row 2: M. Saul, S. Green, A. Cohen, 
C. Emehck, A. Finver 

Row 3: J. Allen, Dr. J. Coren, Dr. V. Bergel, 
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Row 1: L. Sodomin, S. Biedka, M. Campbell, 
A. Matz, B. Bear, M. Flasket 

Row 2: A. Sarneso, C. Baran, S. Di'Grazia, 
L. DeMezza, L. Evans, S. Sibley, M. Casey, 
M. Cangialosi, R Cangelosi, K. Bayzick, 
C. Hitchens, J. Loughney, J. Fulton, T. Loeb 



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The mission of Elizabethtown College's 
'" is to provide the opportunity for the campus to interact 
with others who are interested in learning more about 
different cultures and countries. The International Club is 
open to everyone and encourages community members 
from both the U.S. and abroad to intermingle in a mainly 
social environment to experience the diverse opportunities 
that exist in our ever-changing global community. 

The is dedicated to volunteering and fundraising 

for local animal rescue groups. Some groups they have 
worked with include the Harrisburg Area Humane Society, 
Pheonix Rescue Group, Bad Press, Dogs Deserve Better, 
Canine Companions for Independence, PAWS and much 
more. 

is an organization that fosters love of language, 
literature, and the creative spirit. It has hosted events such 
as Book to Movie and Shakespeare's Birthday, along with 



International Club 

Row 1: R. van Funk, S.Rogel, M. Ushiroku 

Row 2: C. Pettersson, A. Gower, M. Albers, 
C. van Dooren, S. N. Bhuiyan 

Row 3: E. van Otphen, F. Wissels, R. Luteijn, 
S. Masson, E. Buchwatd, K. Snell 



publishing the on campus Zine "the Underground." This is 
Literati's second year. 

is an all-audition improvisational comedy 
group that performs free shows on a monthly basis for 
the college community. They perform a mix of short- 
form improv games along with a plethora of games that 
we invented. Mad Cow also participates and performs in 
many service activities and off-campus performances. The 
2007-2008 year marks the group's ten-year anniversary. 
Marketing Clui is designed to promote awareness of 
marketing in the world today. With activities including a 
trip to a marketing agency of interest to the club, students 
can learn about different areas of marketing as well as 
get to know different fields where marketing is applied. 
Students from numerous different majors are part of the 
club because they have a desire to study marketing or 
advertising or who are simply interested in marketing. 




K9 Club 



Row 1: K. Schmitt, M. Blevins, J. Gollup, 
J. Pandolfino, K. Desimone, A. Frank 

Row 2: R Cangelosi, T. Hult, J. Donnelly, 
S. Nelson, A. Matz 




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Row 1 : P. Northrop, A. DeMatteo, R. Cohick, 
L. Craft, L. Moyer 

Row 2: S. Webster, A. DeMarco, J. Rohrer, 
J. Hembree, M. Plasket, M. Casey 




Mad Cow 



Row 1 : F. Messina, M. Campbell, 
S. Haberman, R. Brown 

Row 2: M. Mauger, A. Wright, M. Gephart, 
T. Donahue, S. Gillam 

Row 3: B. Garrlty, P. Northrop, E. Shatz, 
N. Derr 



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Marketing Club 



Row 1: E. Shatz, H. Rhoads, P. Cangelosi, 
L. Goldsmith 

Row 2: S. Healey, K. Welsh, J. Moore, 
H. Tomlin, M. Armer 



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Medicus is the student group dedicated to members 
of tine campus community wlio are interested in any of 
the Pre-Medical professions. They provide volunteering 
opportunities that put their members in the health-care 
system and start to provide them with experience. 
Medicus gives back to the community with their annual 
breakfast at the Ronald McDonald House in Hershey, the 
JDRF 5K Walk and Bike Classic, and much more. 

is Elizabethtown's all female a capella group 
dedicated to service in the field of vocal music. The 
members involved pledge to grow musically, share each 
other's love for singing and represent the college on a 
national level. Melica prides themselves in personally 
enjoying the music they create and in the growth that they 
see each year with new and old enthusiastic members. 
The goal of the Elizabethtown College ck Trial is to 
participate in mock trial competitions and tournaments, as 



well as foster an introductory education of trial techniques 
and strategies. Mock Trial provides an opportunity for 
students to gain experience in a legal setting through 
the enactment of a trial, and participating in Invitational, 
Regional, and National Tournaments with other colleges 
in the US. 

The Pennsylvania Collegiate Music Educators 
' " ■ is a professional organization that seeks 
to promote music education. The Elizabethtown chapter 
of PCMEA participates in community service and 
professional development projects, as well as works to 
promote music education in the local area. 

Phalanx is Elizabethtown College's premiere men's 
a capella group. This student-directed vocal band is 
well-known for their CD releases and for performing 
up and down the East Coast, particularly at numerous 
fundraising events. 



Medicus 



Row 1: L. Sheridan, H. Tucker, A. Mercuri, 
B. Kuperavage, M. Gabler 

Row 2: K. Zamietra, J. Matakas, M. Saul, 
L. Sodomin, L. Fry, J. Besecker 




Melica 



Row 1: E. Venturella, L. DiLeonardi, 
K. Ebersole, A. Miller, M. Lukacsy, 
C. LaPalomento 






Row 2: L. Pagano, L. Mulholland, B. Endicott, 
D. Fahy, M. Kamouh, M. Ramage, 
T. Bateman 




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Mock Trial 

Row 1 : E. Gross, M. Sheridan, F. Hanselaar, 
S. GUliam, A. Trone, C. Van Dooren, 
K. Heyduck 



Row 2: C. Marrara, K. Heich, W. Morgan, 
P. Edger, A. Moll, L. O'Donnell, V. Scalavino 




PCMEA 



Row 1: J. Coupe, M. Sabota, K. Olsavick, 
D. DiMeglio 

Row 2: D. Caggiano, C. Reppucci, T. Simpson, 
K. Sandifer, A. Andrews, A. Anderson, 
K. Algieri 

Row 3: B. Eargle, A. Yu, K. Neugebauer, 
Z. Smith 

Row 4: K. Grimm, M. Albrycht, N. Shugart, 
T. Lucas 




Phalanx 



Row 1: J. Cooper, T. Dong, A. Hayes 

Row 2: N. Wagenseller, T. DeArment, 
P. Lombard 

Row 3: C. Care, J. Care 

Row 4: C. Stroulson, K. Schaeffer, 
D. Gerhart 



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Clubs and Organizations 



The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to provide 
opportunities for postsecondary students to develop 
business-related career competencies. PBL is an 
integral part of the instructional program and, in 
addition, promotes a sense of civic and personal 
responsibility. 

The Psychology Club invites guest speakers to 
campus, sponsors field trips to professional meetings 
and lectures to provide professional exposure, holds 
psych related movie nights and discussions, provides 
psych related volunteer experience, and provides a 
social group for informal exchange of ideas about 
psychology. Psych Club also strives to help its 
members prepare for graduate school and careers 
in psychology. 

The ^cs and Machine Intelligence Club, 



under the advising of Dr. Wunderlich, has the primary 
task of continually improving the autonomous 
"Wunderbot" robot in preparation for a biannual 
international competition. The robot is currently in 
its fourth incarnation. It competed for the third time 
in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition this 
June in Michigan. 

The Elizabethtown College Student Senah is the 
governing assembly for the students of Elizabethtown 
College. The Student Senate represents the voice 
of students to college faculty, staff, administration, 
student groups, and the surrounding communities. 
The Student Senate presides via consideration, 
deliberation, and action on various administrative, 
social, and academic concerns at weekly meetings 
and hearings. 



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Phi Beta Lambda 

Row 1: G. Lang, M. Pangrazi, K. Mance, 
C. Kempchinsky 



Row 2: A. Moll, E. Kassinger, J. Wolfe, 
C. Porcelli, S. Maziarz 




Psychology Club 

Row 1: C. Reich, A. Palmer, C. Hitchens, 
J. Peterson, K. Krissinger, V. Jankowski, 
E. Farkas 



Row 2: M. Plasket, C. O'Neill, E. Kelley, 
J. Mastrangelo, K. Speicher, C. Emerick, 
M. Saul 




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Row 1: D. Fenton, S. Turzai, J. Painter, 
M.Conlow, M. Patrick 



Row 2: C. Yorgey, Dr. J. Wunderlich, 
D. Coleman, J. Crouse 





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Row 1: R. Zimmerman, J. Martin, 
S. Stamatopoulos, A. D'Angola, L. Wherley, 
G. Giannetti 

Row 2: L. Goff, E. Wise, A. Farren, A. Beard, 

A. Clarke 

Row 3: A. Metcalf, K. Kauffman, B. Frawley, 
T. Loeb, L. O'Donnell, C. Serpico, J. Stehr, 
E. Venturella, K. Parman 

Row 4: A. Waldron, R Tanner, S. Hihn, 

B. Stolar, F McClain, K. Desimone, 

J. Hadinger, T. Fiddler, L. Gambaccini, 
M. Good, R. Hahn, S. Pilichowski, 
W. Hamilton 

Row 5: C. Hitchens, Z. Landis, K. Ashe, 
A. Coffey, R. Mount, J. Keys 



Clubs and Organizations 



Sketch-t is Etown's only sketch comedy club. They 
specialize in the writing and performing of original comedy 
by Etown students. Sl<etch-E also incorporates musical 
comedy in their shows. Sketch-E is inclusive and no prior 
experience is necessary. Additionally, they film, direct 
and edit sketches. 

The Elizabethtown 
Entemrise {EC SIFE) team's mission is to provide college 
students the opportunity to make a difference in their 
community through service oriented projects, to develop 
leadership, teamwork, and communication skills through 
learning, teaching and practicing the principles of free 
enterprise. 

The Student Occupational Therapy Association 
(SOTA) is comprised of occupational therapy students 
and faculty with the purpose of providing an atmosphere 
to discuss topics relevant to the profession, provide 
■^ community service opportunities for members, and to raise 



awareness about the profession and its goals within the 
college and greater community. SOTA annually sponsors 
OT week in April to raise awareness of the profession and 
related issues to the wider community. 

The mission of 'ntort^sn Pfnt„n 

(S.W.E.E.T.) is to provide social, cultural, recreational, 
and educational activities to the Elizabethtown College 
Community. S.W.E.E.T. provides an opportunity for 
leadership development through membership. S.W.E.E.T. 
also serves as the primary programming resource to other 
organizations/clubs and departments at Elizabethtown 
College. 

„.u* x.;-,.i,i„„ -r„^„, jg about going faster, 

longer, and harder than you ever thought possible, while 
trying new things and meeting great people at the same 
time. The team's purpose is to bring the sport of triathlon 
to Central Pennsylvania and E-Town, spreading the seed 
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Row 1: E. Woltkamp, S. Harris, D. Barus 
J. Whitmore, A. Ricker, K. Deaven, 

C. Sowers 

Row 2: R. Berner, K. Castor, 
A. Bauernschmidt, N. Babllya, B. Frawley, 
G. O'Neill 

Row 3: T. Donahue, B. Garrity, P. Northrop, 

D. Spelfogel, T. Dulsky 





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Row 1: K. Wefelmeyer, L. Singer, 
K. Evans-Waughen 

Row 2: J. Lewis, H. Carr, M. Miller, 
K. Parker, K. Castor, A. Smith, 
S. Brodbeck, M. Freiler 

Row 3: D. Michener, L. DeMezza, J. Ridge, 
S. Sibley 



Row 4: B. Lewis, K. Brautigam, C. McMuUin, 
T. Kropp, A. Craven, S. DiGrazia, K. Mance, 
E. Carrier 

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Row 1: S. Witmer, L. Hoover, K. Warner, 

B. Deveney, A. Freeland 

Row 2: A. Mahon, A. Zelasko, E. Gouin, 

C. Scott, S. Stovall, M. Rella, E. Bowling, 
M. Jankowski, A. Ford, M. Wisz, A. Sestito 




S]ltf.E.ET. 



Row 1 : D. Barus, B. Poplar, A. McGeary, 
C. Kempchinsky 

Row 2: A. Sestito, C. PorcelU, C. Fusco 

Row 3: R. Morgan, S. Commander, 
L. Canzanese, M. Snavely 




Triathlon 



Row 1 : S. Rutter, S. Lamphier, S. Berry, 
S. Crimmel 



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The purpose of a Biological Honor Society 

is to function as an honor and professional society for 
students of the biological sciences. Its activities are 
designed to stimulate interest, scholarly attainment, 
and investigation in the biological sciences, and to 
promote the dissemination of information and new 
interpretations among students of the life sciences. 
The was created to help 

assure that there is a friendly and accessable 
environment for students to play Ultimate Frisbee on 
campus to which they promote the sport of Ultimate 
Frisbee on campus and within the community. 

is a a co-ed a cappella group started by 
Emily Wise ('08) and John Barborek ('07) in the spring 
of 2006. It sheds a new light on a cappella at Etown 
by combining the voices of members of Phanlanx, 
Melica, and other students who have not previously 



sung this type of music. 

The goal of is to enhance student 

body awareness with regards to International issues 
while fostering new and old bonds with peers 
interested in similar aspects of world affairs. The club 
members work to receive funding for trips to New 
York City and Washington, D.C. to visit museums 
and to host speakers from a variety of disciplines. 
Eventually, members of World Affiars would like to 
move into nation wide competitions for Model UN and 
other similar simulations. 

is the College's student managed 
and operated radio statiopion. It too, like ECTV, is 
affiliated with the Department of Communications, 
and serves the College and local communities by 
providing music, news, weather, sports, traffic, and 
special programs. 



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Row 1 : M. Jones, K. Zamietra, A. Bryan, 
A. Rahtes, K. Wieland, L. Sether 

Row 2: J. Matakas, L. Critchfield, 
A. Mitchell, L. Fry, S. Lehman, M. Saul 



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Row 1 : K. Andrews 

Row 2: W. Morgan, P. Del Negro, R. Erdesky 

Row 3: T. Collinge, M. Elicker, M. Canfield, 
J. Yarrish, E. Woltkamp 



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D. Fahy, J. Cooper 




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Row 1: D. Barus, M. Hughes, S. DeLillo, 
S. Roussel, C. Sowers 



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Row 1: C. Marrara, M. Mauger, J. Painter 

Row 2: A. Quinn, K. Ebersole, B. Peters, 
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The season appeared to begin with a grim start 
as the men's cross country team started off their 
first invitational of the 2007 year without several 
of their top runners. However, the Blue Jays 
displayed a strong start and promising future, 
placing third out of nineteen schools in the 
Delaware Valley College Invitational meet. With 
hope of a good season arising from first-years 
such as Chris Heisey, who took a top finish in 
the 8,000-meter course with a time of 28:48.23 
and securing a 12* place finish in this meet, the 
team had much to look forward to. With several 
other strong team finishes during the season in 
meets such as the Davis & Elkins Invitational, 
where an eighth place finish by senior Ryan 
St. Clair led the Blue Jays to another third 
place finish. On their home territory at the 
Elizabeth town Invitational, the team ended 
the season with over 60 best times in only 
seven meets. Unfortunately, all of these team 
achievements were not able to score the Blue 
Jays another championship title in the Middle- 
Atlantic Conference after winning every previous 
year since 1999. They did make their mark still 
by placing third in the conference and 13"' out 
of 41 in the Mideast Regional Championships. 




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Delaware Valley Invitational 3''"' of 1 9 

^ Davis & Elkins Invitational 3^"* of 8 



f^ Paul Short Invitational 

g Dickinson Long/Short 
^ Course Invitational 



24* of 39 
8'" of 15 



Elizabethtov/n Invitational 4* of 1 9 

Middle Atlantic Conference 3''' of 1 
Championship 



Mideast Regional 
Championship 



1 3'" of 41 




Team Members (A-Z): Adam Derkacz, bcott Derkacz, Drew Graybeal, 
Richard Greco, Kyle Grimm, Chris Heisey, Jason Kamery, Myles Lund, 
Jeremy Matula, Evan Metz, James Munnelly, Matt Myers, George Nicholas, 
Dylan Rulander, Ryan St. Clair 



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With their first ever win in the Middle Atlantic ! 
Conference Championship in 2004 since 1 
the team began in 1981, the women's croSs i 
country team did not imagine 2007 would hold I 
a second championship title with four runners ; 
placing in the top five of their events. Clinching i 
their forth place victory in the Mideast Regional I 
Championships, senior Erin Fisher, junior Tiffany 
Kulp, first-year Kristen O'Brien, and sophomore 
Megan VanDenHengel all earned All-Region 
Honors by virtue of their top 35 finish out of 270 
runners in the conference, while senior Sarah 
Grove closed the gap for the Blue Jays, finishing 
67"' overall and fifth in her individual race. 
After finishing four out of their five invitationals 
placing in the top five, the ladies went on to 
NCAA Division III Championships in Northfield, 
Minnesota to place 23"' overall out of 32 teams, 
and earning individual Ail-American Honors for 
Fisher, who placed 15"' in the 6,000-meter race, 
and became the 2'"' woman in Elizabethtown 
history to be granted this honor. According to 
Coach Christopher Straub, "We had an almost 
indescribable amount of teamwork and positive 
energy with the women's team this year and how 
we ran at conference, regionals, and nationals 
seemed to surprise everyone but ourselves." 



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Delaware Valley Invitational 


5'" of 15 


Davis & Elkins Invitational 


3'" of 9 


Paul Short Invitational 


10* of 33 


Dickinson Long/Short 
Course Invitational 


3'" of 1 2 


Elizabethtown Invitational 


2"" of 16 


Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championship 


1" of 1 1 


Mideast Regional 
Championship 


4'" of 37 


NCAA Division III 
Championships 


t-23^'' of 32 




Team Members (A-Z): Jamie Alcorn, Abbey Anderson. Teresa Beshore, 
Kristin Bowen, Marquel Bowler, Amanda Daws, Erin Fisher, Sarah Grove, 
Tiffany Kulp, Sarah Lanphier, Kate Leibrand, Sarah Merusi, Kristen O'Brien, 
Chelsea Reyher, Meghan Ryder, Megan VanDenHengel, Alex Walmer 



field hockey 








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It was a season of firsts and honors this year 
for the Elizabethtown College Field Hockey 
team. With their accomplishnnent of their 500"' 
win in the 56 year program history, the ladies 
celebrated their 2-0 win over Kean University i 
with goals scored by sophomore Brenna Noon i 
and junior Andrea Miles. Unfortunately, the ' 
winning season was cut short for the Blue Jays i 
when Messiah College knocked the ladies out 
of the Commonwealth Conference semifinal in i 
overtime, leaving the score to end 4-3. Even 
with this premature season ending, the Lady 
Jays were able to place three players on the 
All-Commonwealth Conference team, with 
sophomore Caitlin Smith on first-team and junior 
Megan Angstadt and Noon on second team. 
The Jays continued to show their skills, in the ' 
classroom, by becoming one of 1 15 schools with 
players who became members of the National 
Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III 
National Academic Squad, with 15 ladies being 
granted this membership. The honors continued 
when the college became one of the 83 Division 
III programs to receive the National Academic 
Team Award for having a minimum 3.0 team 
grade-point average during the first semester of 
the 2007-2008 academic year. 




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Misericordia 3-0 


Result 

W 




Muhlenberg 3-2 
Franklin & Marshall 1-2 


W (2 OT) 

L 




McDaniel 1-2 


L 





Juniata 1-4 


L 


V* 

5^ 


Moravian 2-0 


W 


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Wilkes 3-0 


W 


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Swarthmore 3-2 
Kean 2-0 


W(OT) 
W 




King's 2-1 
Vassar 4- 1 


W(OT) 
W 




Gettysburg 2-3 
Richard Stockton 10-0 


L(OT) 
W 




Ursinus i-3 


L 


1 


Widener 2-1 
Albright 6-0 
Messiah 2-3 
Lebanon Valley 2-5 
Messiah 3-4 


W(OT) 

W 
L(OT) 

L 
L(OT) 



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Team Members (A-Z): Minke Albers, Megan Angstadt, Liz Appleman, 
Courtney Beck, Abby Beykirch, Katy Boone, Kelsey Brown, Meg Cassels, 
All Cavanaugh, Liz DeMatteis, Kelsey Diehl, Nicole Dougherty, Alison 
Duval, Linsey Fasold, Mel Ferrick, Julie Foster, Megan Gorman, Frederique 
Hanseiaar. Shauna Hickey, Jackie Macharsky, Andrea Marsala, Sarah 
McFariand. Andrea Miles, Jess Miller, Hannah Moody, Brenna Noon, Laura 
Ressler, Erin Reynolds, Sara Sementelli, Caitlin Smith, Aimec Stango, Tiffany 
Vogel, & Martina White 














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Hunter Gross, Senior 




First-year student Dan Senkler started off the! 
Elizabethtown Golf team's season to a good start 
by carding a 77, the lowest score for the Blue 
Jays in the Quad Match. The team ended the 
session in second to Albright but outplayed both 
Alvernia and Gwynedd-Mercy. Senkler also won 
the Messiah College Invitational at Blue Ridge 
Country Club, proving himself as a talented 
member of the team. The Blue Jays took second 
place at the York Invitational, only 14 points j 
away from the first place team. Etown started the 
Commonwealth Conference Golf Championships 
strong with a four shot lead by the end of the 
first day. The team continued to play strong and I 
took the Commonwealth title for the first time in 
program history. Their two-day total of 633 was : 
18 strokes better than runner-up Albright College. 
Winning the Commonwealth Conference gave 
the Blue Jays an automatic bid to the NCAA| 
Division III Golf Championships at the Chateau 
Elan Resort in Braselton, Georgia. Junior Mike 
Wagner, senior Hunter Gross, first-year Geoff 
Quinque, and sophomore Kurt Amen were 
four of the top six finishers in the conference. 
Wagner did his best to help out the Blue Jays 
in the NCAA Division III Championships, but 
the Blue Jays only managed to place 26'^' out of 
the 35 schools that made it. This team looks to 
next season to pick up where they left off since a 
majority of the team will return. 



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Alvernia 


2-1 


"all Blue Jay Classic 

.ebanon Valley Fall 

Tournament 


7* of 1 1 
7'" of 20 


^enn State - Harrlsburg 
Albright 


3'^ of 7 
1-2 


.ebanon Valley 
Gettysburg Invitational 
York Invitational 


I-I 
10* of 12 

2"" of 8 


.ebanon Valley 
Invitational 


ll*of2l 


^enn State - Harrisburg 


2-1 


Invitational 




Blue Jay Classic 
F&M Invitational 


3'" of 1 5 
5* of 1 7 


Glenmaura National 


8* of 1 2 


Invitational 




■^^essiah Invitational 


6* of 6 


Commonwealth Conference 


1 " of 6 


Championship 
Commonwealth Conference 


l"of6 


Championship 
NCAA Division III 


t-22'"' of 35 


Championships 
NCAA Division III 


26* of 35 


Championships 





Team Members (A-Z); Kurt Amen, Alex Catalano, Kyle Foltz, Hunter 
Gross. Nick lacono, John Krajsa, Justin Lizik, Brian Osborn, Stephen Powell, 
Geoff Quinque, Maurice Rapp, Eric Salansky, Dan Senkler, & Mike Wagner 



soccer 





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Between the nail-biting, "it's anyone's win"' 
games, and the unexciting shut outs, the mem 
of the Elizabethtown soccer team worked hardi 
this season to earn their 14-6 record. After 
defeating Lycoming College in the semi-finals,! 
the Jays advanced to the CommonwealthI 
Championship game against their rival, Messiahl 
College. This was the Blue Jays' fifth straight! 
appearance in the championship game. It was 
a hair raising adventure up to the last minute. 
The game was tied until the Falcons scored ini 
the seventieth minute of the game, making the^ 
final score TO in Messiah's favor. Althoughl 
the season ended in an unfavorable manner, 
the Jays have a lot to be proud of this season. i 
Eight members from the team were named 
All-Commonwealth Conference, making this 
the most selections since eight were chosen ini 
1998. Junior Wes Bunting and seniors George 
Severini and Michael Terry were selected for 
first-team honors and first-year Andrew Filewicz, 
juniors Matt Diller and Bryan Holt, and seniors 
Mike Helsel and Zach Galbraith were honored 
with second-team selections. Filewicz was also 
chosen as the conferences' Rookie of the Year, 
being the first Blue Jay to earn this title since 
2003. The 2007 season marked Coach Skip 
Roderick's 25''' as the Blue Jays' head coach. 






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NYU 


1-2 


L 


Skidmore 


3-0 


W 


St. Vincent 


4-0 


W 


Hampden-Sydney 


4-2 


w 


Drew 


1-0 


w 


Alvernia 


3-1 


w 


Muhlenberg 


2-1 


w 


Wilkes 


0-1 


L 


Albright 


5-0 


w 


ARCADIA 


2-0 


w 


Moravian 


3-0 


w 


William Paterson 


1-0 


w 


Franklin & Marshall 


0-1 


L(OT) 


Lebanon Valley 


5-0 


w 


Lycoming 


1-2 


L 


Widener 


2-0 


w 


Wheaton (III.) 


5-2 


w 


Messiah 


0-3 


L 


Lycoming 


3-0 


w 


Messiah 


0-1 


L 



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Team Members (A-Z): John Cook, Cameron Gettel, Bryan Holt, Wes 
Bunting, Chris Cartwrlght, Pete Cellini, Matt Diller, Andrew Filewicz, Dan 
Flaherty, Zach Galbraith, Brian Gallagher, Michael Hara, Mike Helsel, Taylor 
Hclsel, Josh Hoffman, Jared Johnston, Zach Kulp, Bryan Kuppe, Adam Liddle, 
Steve Malm, Luke Mitchell, Jeff Mullen, Gavin Nevill, Tony Pacella, Jeremiah 
Peropat, Steve Petrosky, Max Prager, Brian Raveling, Bf)rja Salanova, Adam 
Scheibeler, Ge'^rge Severini, Andrew Sinclair, Greg Snow, Michael Terry, Wes 
Tuck, & Sean Tyrie 



soccer 





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Emily Gunter, Senior 



Fresh beginnings found the Elizabethtown 
College Women's Soccer team this season, 
with 1978 graduate Bob Scotten leading the 
team as head coach. Scotten came to the Blue 
Jays after Coach Barry Dohner stepped down 
in January. Completing the regular season 
with a record of 17-4-1, the ladies ended the 
Commonwealth Conference with a record 
of 4-1-0. After a rough defeat in the regular 
season by Messiah on October 27"", the 
record setting 11 game winning and 17 game 
unbeaten streaks was ended with a score of 
5-2. Honors were presented to several players; 
with junior forward Jenna Russo named 
Commonwealth Conference Player of the Year. 
Seven other Elizabethtown College players 
earned All-Conference honors, three of which 
were on first-team, and the remaining four 
on second-team. Russo and senior midfielder 
Jenny Fromuth were furthermore selected to 
the National Soccer Coaches Association of 
America/ Adidas Division 111 All-Mid-Atlantic 
Region team. Honors continued to roll in 
through the women's season, with Angela 
Freeland, Gretchen Geiger, Emily Gunter, 
Carly Hoskins, Brooke Dotterer, and Jamie 
Alvanitakis all being named Commonwealth 
Conference Defender of the Week separately 
throughout the season. 



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1-2 


L(OT) 


-rostburg 


1-0 


W 


"^ount Union 


2-0 


W 


-redonia 


1-0 


W 


■^cDaniel 


4-0 


W 


Scranton 


1-0 


W (2 OT) 


York (Pa.) 


0-0 


T (2 OT) 


Delaware Valley 


3-0 


W 


Wesley 


3-0 


W 


St. Marys (Md.) 


3-1 


W 


FDU-Florham 


2-0 


W 


Gettysburg 


3-0 


W 


Manhattanville 


3-0 


W 


Susquehanna 


4-0 


W 


-ebanon Valley 


3-2 


W (2 OT) 


.ycoming 


1-0 


W 


Widener 


1-0 


W 


Albright 


4-0 


W 


Messiah 


2-5 


L 


Widener 


3-1 


W 


Messiah 


0-3 


L 


Union 


0-1 


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Team Members (A-Z): Jamie Alvanitakis, Lindsey Butler, Angela Candelora, 
Elyse Carabcllo, Emily DeiloRusso, Brooke Dotterer, Kelly Fisher. Angela 
Freeland, Jenny Fromuth, Gretchen Geiger, Emily Gunter, Ashton Heydt, 
Carly Hoskins, Kristen Kelly, Jordan Leggett, Lindsay Michael, Paige Minka, 
Mallory Murphy, Denise Ncjtt, Lisa Nyman, Ellen Parr, Katelyn Roderick, 
Jenna Russo, Erin Scott, Christina Sheppard, Erin Stone, & Erin Taraschi 



tennis 





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The Women's Tennis team set the tone for 
their season at the home opener against 
Albright (9-0) and only gave up seven games 
total in the match. The lady's this year 
had an amazing run finishing their regular 
season with a 13-4 record and 4-0 in the 
Commonwealth. In addition to overall 
team accomplishments, there were several 
individuals who made a mark for themselves 
as well. Three Elizabethtown College women's 
tennis players were named All-Commonwealth 
Conference as vested up(jn by the league's 
head coaches. Sophomcjre Emily Swarr was 
named Player (jf the Year and selected to the 
first team abng with senior Emma Smith, 
while juni(jr Alice Yu was a second-team 
selection. Yu also became the fifth player in 
Elizabethtown Cfjllege women's tennis history 
t(j record 50 career singles victcjries. The Blue 
Jays earned their first-ever trip Ui the NCAA 
Team Championships with a 5-0 vict<jry over 
Lebanon Valley College in the Commonwealth 
Conference finals. Despite their firsi round 
loss to Methodist (5-1) Ihe team made college 
histfjry this year. The Lady Blue Jays' should, 
be prcjud of their grtjund breaking season and 
look tcjwards their future endeavors. 



Emma Smith, Senior 



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9-0 


W 


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Lycoming 


9-0 


W 


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Lebanon Valley 


5-4 


w 


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Messiah 


8-1 


w 


m 


DeSales 


3-5 


L 


■ 


Lynchburg 


9-0 


w 


■ 


Meredith 


4-5 


L 


■ 


Tri-State 


8-1 


W 


■ 


Catholic 


6-3 


w 


■ 


Wilkes 


7-2 


w 


■ 


Dickinson 


5-3 


w 


■ 


Scranton 


7-2 


w 


I 


Muhlenberg 


1-8 


L 


■ 


Villa Julie 


9-0 


w 


■ 


Juniata 


9-0 


w 


■ 


Lebanon Valley 


5-0 


w 


■ 


Methodist 


1.5 


L 




Team Members (A-Z): Minke Albeis. Kully Fisher, Lauren Gambaccini 
(Not Pictured). Katelyn Roderick. Jessica Russell, Emma Smith, Emily Swarr, 
& Alice Yu 



volleyball 





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Ashley Whitmarsh, Senior 



For the women on the volleyball team, the 
2007 season was a season to remember. Before 
they even started, the Jays were picked first tn 
the Commonwealth Conference coaches' po]l. 
Because of their hard work and determination, 
the Lady Jay's made this selection a reality. They 
started out strong winning their first seven games 
and continued to shine throughout the regular 
season and into the Conference Championships, 
ending with a final record of 32-7 overall, and 5-0 
Commonwealth. After clinching the Conference 
title, the Jay's went on to the NCAA Division 
III tournament where they were eliminated 
from the second round after being defeated 
by Haverford College. Despite this upset, the 
Jay's had an overall magnificent season. Senior 
Kelly Downs was the first Elizabethtown College 
student to be named Player of the Year. Downs 
was also selected to play on the All-conference 
first-team along with senior Ashley Whitmarsh. 
Second-team honors were given to senior Stacey 
Wasserman and sophomore Paige Tanner. 
Tanner is also ranked 10"" in the conference for 
averaging 2.77 kills per game. Coach Randall 
Kreider was honored as Coach of the Year for 
the second straight season. The Blue Jay's had a 
29-6 regular-season record and earned top seed 
in the Conference tournament. 



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Wellesley 

Tufts 

Bridgewater (Mass.) 

uniata 

.ancaster Bible 

'SU-Harrisburg 

.ebanon Valley 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Nazareth 

Washington & Lee 

Gallaudet 

ALBRIGHT 

Philadelphia Biblical 

DeSales 

Lycoming 

(joucher 

SUNY Cortland 

Moravian 

Susquehanna 

Widener 

Lebanon Valley 

Neumann 

Haverford 



Result 

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3-0 


W 


3-1 


w 


3-0 


w 


2-3 


L 


3-1 


w 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


1-3 


L 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


3-2 


w 


0-3 


L 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


0-3 


L 


0-3 


L 


3-0 


W 


3-0 


W 


3-2 


W 


3-1 


W 


3-1 


W 


1-3 


L 


3-2 


W 


3-0 


W 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


3-1 


w 


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3-1 W 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


0-3 


L 



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Team Members (A-Z): Crystal Agnew, Kara Burkholder, Kayla Deals, Kelly 
Downs, Katie Duckworth, Allie Gold, Sheri Hihn, Kayla Kassis, Corin KidweJl. 
Molly Northway, Kathy Perry, Amanda Ritchey, Jenna Schirmer. Paige Tanner, 
Stacey Wasserman, & Ashley Whitmarsh 



basketball 





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Beginning the season with a strong ten game 
winning streak, the Elizabethtown College 
Men's Basketball team finished the 2007-2008 
season with a record of 15-9. One of these 
important wins came against Messiah College, 
where the Blue Jays demolished the Falcons 
84-68. This season was lead by senior guard 
Mike Schatzmann who was honored with a 
first team placement to the All-Commonwealth 
Conference. Schatzmann also became the 
first Blue Jay to lead the conference in scoring 
average since Jim Hepfer in 1989-90, and 
averaged 20.2 points per game. In addition to 
this lead scoring, he led the Commonwealth 
Conference in three-pointers per game, and 
made 55 in 24 games. Along with these honors, 
Schatzmann was named to the Commonwealth 
Conference Player of the Week in men's 
basketball twice in just three weeks. Along with 
Schatzmann, senior forward Chad Piersol made 
second team honors in the All-Commonwealth 
Conference as well, and was selected to the 
Commonwealth Conference Men's Basketball 
Honor Roll. Along with a busy season playing 
games, the Blue Jays were able to host "Kid's 
Day" where fans could meet with the players, 
have autographs signed, and even meet with 
the Blue Jay mascot himself. 



Nick Kennedy, Senior 



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Result 


H Penn State - 


88-54 


w 


■ Berks 






|H Methodist 


86-76 


w 


^^ Marymount 


76-73 


w 


*» Neumann 


55-50 


w 


^ Scranton 


73-71 


w 


& Lancaster Bible 


105-52 


w 


K Millersville 


77-72 


w 


^m Arcadia 


76-63 


w 


^M Rutgers - 


79-5! 


w 


^M Camden 






^M Johns Hopkins 


74-67 


w 


■ York (PA) 


74-80 


L 


^M Manhattanville 


93-89 


w 


^M Alvernla 


78-72 


w 


■ DeSaies 


80-69 


w 


^H Lycoming 


78-79 


L(OT) 


■ Messiah 


84-68 


W 


^M Albright 


82-87 


L(OT) 


^M Lebanon Valley 


63-70 


L 


^M Widener 


77-88 


L 


^M Messiah 


67-71 


L 


■ Albright 


79-75 


W 


^H Lebanon Valley 


70-78 


L 


^1 Lycoming 


54-56 


L 


^1 VVidener 


68-84 


L 



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K 


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tl 



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flDliffi 




Team Members (A-Z): Mike Church, Jordan Dirago, Joe Flanagan, Keith 
Fogel, Brady Haughney, Josh Houseal, Chris Jones, Nick Kennedy, Chad 
Piersol, Bryce Rodgers, Tony Romero, Phil Schaffer, Mike Schatzmann, Ben 
Schlosser, & Matt Stein 



basketball 









tit season was \^lhd mil aps and downs but 
we ^Qd Q good iiwe dhwq iit MVj. I imt nearly 
ayoyed paying iit tost (joia yeoxs ojj wy cq- 
neeJi. My iejDimaies toe been g^eQl (Mi I wisR. 
iim di iRe best ok hold ^ 



Erin Walton, Senior 



Erin Walton, Audrey Hitz, and Amanda Reid led 
the Etown Women's Basketball team through 
a rocky season, finishing with a 11-14 overall 
record. Although the Jays' overall record may not 
be the most memorable, Erin Walton, captain, set 
a school record with seven three-pointers when 
the Jays overtook Lycoming 82-75. The Lady 
Jays worked hard to help others throughout 
their season. They participated in the "Think 
Pink" initiative for breast cancer awareness in 
conjunction with their game at Albright College. 
For this event, the Jays wore pink shirts in 
warm-ups and pink shoelaces during the game. 
The Blue Jays also hosted a "Kid's Day" on 
the day of their doubleheader against Lebanon 
Valley College. This event allowed fans to meet 
members of the team, receive autographs, meel 
the Blue Jay Mascot, and to attend competitions 
where they could win fun prizes. Earlier in the 
season, seniors Erin Walton and Amanda Reid 
were both named to the ESPN The Magazine 
District 2 College Division All-Academic Third 
Team in women's basketball. These two Lady 
Jays earned this respected title by maintaining 
a GPA of 3.2 or higher after their first-year and 
must remain a valuable player to the team. The 
women's team fought hard in the Commonwealth 
but only managed to pull a final record of 2-8. 
Although seemingly daunting, their record only 
adds determination for next year's season. 




ittai 



, .■,i*mdi'it' 


Scoi>e 


Resu 


FDU-Florham 


59-73 


L 


Wesley 
Swarthmore 


84-71 
84-51 


W 
W 


Moravian 


61-76 


L 


Susquehanna 
Trinity (D.C.) 
Rowan 


70-64 
75-41 
65-54 


W 
W 
W 


McDaniel 


75-63 


W 


York (Pa.) 

luniata 

Wilkes 


54-68 
57-63 
69-61 


L 

L 
W 


Haverford 


72-47 


W 


TCNJ 
Immaculata 


64-72 
83-52 


L 
W 


Lycoming 


60-73 


L 


Messiah 


64-73 


L 


St. Marys (Md.) 
Albright 
Lebanon Valley 
Widener 


52-63 
49-64 
68-76 
86-64 


L 
L 
L 
W 


Messiah 


51-86 


L 


Albright 


70-82 


L 


Lebanon Valley 
Lycoming 


57-83 
82-75 


L 
W 


VVidener 


53-63 


L 






Team Members (A-Z): Audrey Hitz, Ali Jury, Courtney Kofeldt, Kirsti 
Larsen. Jenn Montaguem, Megan Quinn, Amanda Reid, Megan Romano, 
Kaity Snyder, Megan Strohman, Ashley Toczylowski, Erin Walton. & 
Gabrielle Whitley 



swimming 







lis ye-OJi iie. itam. bonded iieAy wM and as a 
nesuf.i did wfctt diuiing iit iie.guf.aji season and 
cL"iM.pionsK.ips. S^/e. K.ad vAcm panties in wK.icK 



bonding ioofe ptace. cDaVjOfAt md 0. g/i&ai iiwe, 
especiatfy ml I idM. wiss iie. mt'At ieaw. next yean 



and wis^ me* tie. best oly CiiCfe! 



1 Dan McGuigan, Senior 



The men s and women's swimming squads this 
year had a very challenging season finishing 
with final records of 5-8, 6-7 respectively. The 
men's team consisted of a nice mix of youth and 
experience, and was led by junior Chris Miller. 
The women's team had a lot of newcomers but 
plenty of experience, led by returnees sophomore 
Lindsay Riley and junior Gretchen Geiger. These 
two teams made many accomplishments as 
teams, as well as on an individual basis. Both 
teams qualified for the MAC competitions. The 
men's team finished fifth at last year's ten-team 
championship meet, while the women's squad 
placed sixth out of eleven teams. This year 
the Blue Jay women finished fourth out of nine 
schools with 413 points, while the Blue Jay men 
were fifth out of nine schools with 289 points. 
It was the women's best finish since 2000 and 
the second straight year that the men took fifth. 
For the women, Geiger took second in the finals 
of the 100 breaststroke, and for the men. Miller 
won his third consecutive MAC championship 
in the 100 backstroke with an NCAA Division 
III provisional qualifying time of 52.57 seconds. 
Gretchen Geiger earned an NCAA Division 
III provisional qualifying mark in the 200-yard 
breaststroke at the St. Mary's College Invitational. 
Dan McGuigan was recognized by the Middle 
Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Corporation as 
a Scholar-Athlete for the 2007-08 winter sports 
season. He is the two-time defending conference 
champion in the 100 backstroke and 500 
freestyle as well as the reigning gold medalist in 
the 200 backstroke. The teams look forward 
to another great season next year with a lot of 
experienced swimmers since they are only losing 
four seniors between the two teams. 








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Team Members (A-Z): Kyle Ashe. Sarah Berry, Jenny Brizek, Allan Craven, 
Sara Crimmel. Darren DiObilda, Tim Donahue, Matt Drob, Gretchen Geiger, 
Kara Geiger, Molly Golclrick, Tom Hagerty, Stephanie Hellman, Danielle 
Hopkins, Courtney Kelly, Lindsay Kollmeier, Laura Krieger, Elizabeth Levy, 
Dan McGuigan, Chris Miller, Silvia Moncada. Samantha Mortensen, Michael 
Nelson, Dan Prcjvence, Laura Quigley. Lindsay Riley, Rebecca Rose, Lauren 
Savage. Ryan Schutz, Kevin Smedman, & Edna Zhou 



swimming 









■* • > 



V. 






# 



Confindi'i' Scoi'i' 

Aracdia 1 24-60 

Dickinson 56-147 

York (Pa.) 67-120 

Lycoming 75-1 16 

Kings 103-54 

J, Washington (Md.) 69-128 

S Lebanon Valley 103-100 

- FDU-Florham 96-62 
-Franklin & Marshall 76 
Invitational 
Franklin & Marshall I I I 

Invitational 

Susquehanna 68-1 15 

Albright 65-109 

jMcDaniel 101-80 

|Scranton 88-94 

Widner 41-151 
MAC Championships 289 



RiSult 



V ^iMr»l 






■ 


CoHtendet* 


Scot*e 


Result 


■ 


Arcadia 


147-57 


W 


■ 


Dickinson 


45-159 


L 


P 


York (Pa.) 


90- II 


L 


(^ 


Lycoming 


80- II 8 


L 


1 


King's 


99-86 


W 




Washington (Md.) 


51.5-153.5 


L 


■£ 


Lebanon Valley 


102-89 


W 


■ 


FDU-Florham 


101-56 


W 


■ 


Franklin & Marshall 


90 


t-8''' of 1 


■ 


Invitational 






■ 


Franklin & Marshall 


131 


8* of 10 


■ 


Invitational 






I 


Susquehanna 


93-112 


L 


■ 


Albright 


83-110 


L 


■ 


McDaniel 


107-93 


W 


■ 


Scranton 


92-110 


L 


■ 


Widener 


120-74 


W 


■ 


MAC Championships 


413 


4* of 9 



wrestling 



Coach Erik Walker came back for his fifth year 
as head coach for the Men's Wrestling team. 
This year's team was young, with only four 
upperclassman and a plethora of first-years 
and sophomores. Last season, the Blue Jays 
competed as an independent after the MAC 
conference stopped sponsoring wrestling up(jn 
the completion of the 2005-2006 seasc^n. 
Elizabetht(jwn College accepted their invitation 
to join the Metropolitan Interccjllegiate Wrestling 
Association (MIWA) beginning in the 2007 
08 season and joined ten (;ther schcxjls in tht 
conference. Their Dual Match Recfjrd was 6-9 
and finished with a l-'A record in the Metropolitan 
Interccjllegiate Wrestling Association. The men 
had a lot oi high p(jints despite their unfavorable 
(werall record including a match they hosted 
against Scrant(jn and w(;n 9 oi 10 matches in 
a 47-6 win against the Royals. Wilkes defeats 
the Jay's 20-15 in the final home malch ant| 
they split bouts with Wilkes University, but lost 
the bonus point matches for a final score of 20- 
15. The HIizabethtown College wrestling team 
finished in a tie fc^r seventh out of nine teams at 
the Metropolitan Conference championships. Tim 
Katzaman was named to the National Wresllinc 
Coaches Association Division HI Scholar All 
American Wrestling Team for the 2007 OH 
season. Katzaman finished witfi a 17 14 record 
at 2H5 pounds, including four pins, and pLurd 
fourth at the Metro Conference chamnionshi|)s. 




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\^^sk 



V Fmai 






■ 


CoMtCHdi'l* 


Scoi*e 


Result 


P 


Johns Hopkins 


24-2! 


w 




Wheaton (III.) 


17-25 


L 


tn 


Waynesburg 


56-0 


W 


p^ 


Kutztown 


16-21 


L 




Franklin & Marshall 18-30 


L 


<d 


York Invitational 


43.5 


8''' of 1 1 




Delaware Valley 


3-33 


L 


■ 


Scran ton 


47-6 


W 


■ 


New York Univ. 


13-26 


L 


■ 


Muhlenberg 


26-15 


W 


■ 


Stevens 


21-20 


W 


■ 


Messiah 


18-19 


L 


■ 


Gettysburg 


40-3 


W 


■ 


Pete Willson 


30.5 


17"^ of 27 


■ 


Invitational 






■ 


Kings 


20-25 


L 


■ 


Wilkes 


15-20 


L 


■ 


Lycoming 


12-30 


L 


■ 


Metro 


29.0 


1-7'" of 9 


■ 


Championships 







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Team Members (A-Z): Fete Achilles, Jairod Cawley, Paul Connor, Josh 
Cook. Bud Croswell. Mike Daub, Anthony DiMarco, Dave Foran, Marty 
Harnish, Jeremc Heisey, Josh Herbert, J.R. Hewitt. Tim Katzaman, Brian 
Keyser, Mike Lussier, Justin Martin, Chris McCooey, Bill Meaney, R.J. 



Mount, Eric Rhoads, Deron Sharp, Keith Staulters, Matt Torresani, Henry 
Tucker. Drew Winegar 



baseball- 





The Elizabeth town Blue Jay's Baseball team had' 
one goal this season: to win the Commonwealth 
Conference and to advance to the NCAA 
tournament for the third straight season. Withi 
sixteen-letter earner returnee's, this goal was not 
out of reach. The team was led by last years 1 1 
co-Conference Player of the Year, senior Jared 
Auman. Senior Chris Minakowski closed out 
the games for the Jay's. The Jay's started out 
their season with wins over Shenandoah and 
Eastern Mennonite. They then traveled down 
to Fort Pierce, Florida and went 3-4 during 
their time down there. The Jay's opened up 
their Commonwealth schedule by taking 2 of 3 
against Widener. They then went on to sweep 
Lebanon Valley and Messiah, and took 2 of 
3 against Albright to end their regular season. 
The Blue Jay's entered the Conference playoffs 
with a record of 10-2 and opened up with a win 
against Widener. However, they had a tough | 
loss against Messiah in the second game, losing 
4-15. They recovered well and won the next 
two games against Widener, and then Messiah. 
In the Messiah game, Chris Minakowski pitched 
a four hit shut out in his second career start for 
the Jay's. The Jay's unfortunately lost again to 
Messiah, 7-3, to end their hopes of winning the 
Conference title. 







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l*«i 




finai 



SCOIK' Uinulit 





Shenandoah 


4-1 


W 


3 


Eastern Mennonite 


10-4 


W 


tfy 


LaRoche 


17-8 


w 


r^ 


St. Scholastica 


5-8 


L 


Q" 


Susquehanna 


5-6 


L (10 inn 


E. 


Eastern (DH) 


7-3 


W 


Eastern 


14-3 


W 


^fc 


Alvernia (DH) 


3-6 


L 




Alvernia 


0-8 


L 




York 


4-3 


W 




uniata 
^enn State-Harrisburg 


14-15 


L (10 inn 




13-1 


W 


^B 


Penn State-Harrisburg 


7-3 


W 


^^1 


Muhlenberg 


1-4 


L 


H 


Muhlenberg 


18-11 


W 


^^ 


Widener 


10-7 


W 


^M 


Widener (DH) 


7-10 


L 


^^ 


Widener 


5-4 


W 


^1 


Keystone 


2-4 


L 


^^ 


Lancaster Bible 


16-1 


W 


^^ 


Rowan 


6-4 


W 


H 


Lebanon Valley 


13-11 


W 


^^ 


Lebanon Valley (DH) 


7-5 


W 


^^ 


Lebanon Valley 


7-3 


W 


^H 


Alvernia 


7-9 


L 


^^ 


Messiah 


12-4 


W 


H 


Messiah(DH) 


1 1-7 


W 


^^ 


Messiah 


3-1 


W 


^^ 


Susquehanna 


19-13 


W 


^^ 


Albright 


9-0 


W 


H 


Albright (DH) 


3-0 


W 


^H 


Albright 


17-18 


L 


^^ 


Arcadia 


8-4 


W 


^^ 


Widener 


4-0 


W 


^^ 


Messiah 


4-15 


L 


^^ 


Widener 


4-3 


W 


^^ 


Messiah 


2-0 


W 


^1 


Messiah 


3-7 


L 




Team Members (A-Z): Jared Auman. Ryan Barrett, Jon Bollinger, Ryan 
Donahue, Rodney Francis, Andrew Gordon, Adam Hartzell, Sam Heaps, 
Greg Katz. Kyle Kcnsinger, Brian Kiernan, Matt Kutz, Dan Lauletta, Wayne 
Leonard, Eric Luff. Jordan Miller, Chris Minakowski, Tom Semanek. Adam 
Sheibley, Steve Shuleski, Kurt Smith, Matt Vinagro, Brandon Watson, Eric 
Whetham, & Ben Yeager 



Softball 





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The Women's Softball team had a strong lineup, 
returning 1 1 letter earners from last year's season. 
From senior Alex Lee to senior Abbie Merrifield, 
these returnee's were ready to make a stand 
this season. These players were some of the 
obvious leaders for this year's squad. First-year 
Shannon Marsico, an Elizabethtown native, was 
a fresh addition to the team in the outfield. The 
Lady Blue Jay softball team had a final record of 
13-24 and a 5-5 in the Commonwealth. Theyl 
started off the season strong with a record of 5-2, 
including a win against Gettysburg (4-1). After 
this however, the Lady's faced a streak of bad 
luck and lost the next seven games. They were 
able to keep their heads high and turn their luck 
around and opened the conference schedule with 
split games against Messiah, and swept Albright 
and Lycoming. They came into the playoffs with 
a 500-conference record and were able to defeat, 
Widener and Messiah to reach the championship 
game. They finished as runners up in the 
Commonwealth Conference with a disappointing 
loss to Lebanon Valley College (4-3) in the 10th 
M M'o/id hz HO iHciiCiiiiOH o(j- wkii ^'Mi inning. This is the second straight year the Lady 
w wt uJic. '-vie. iJlc. u cluOHg IWiM boiR Jay's have had this finishing position in the 
£g) and ojj()^iCiac.eL). '-Vit U a zhw.\j wi((l Commonwealth Conference. The team looks to 
wid:;wJ3on. ''VllfSA iiwf. Hxw, 1o gd iic have a strong season again next year with only. 
-—'--■-'■-•' ' ■'■■ graduating three seniors. 



M oij-cAaffi M'ofl-d K-uc n( 



[(h(:(ac>\L ''VlUin im-. 



Abbie Merrifield, Senior 







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£0 CoMfcwdci' 

uniata 
J Philadelphia Biblical 
3" Villa Julie 
-) Neumann 
, Green Mountain 
' Gettysburg 

Villa Julie 

DeSales (DH) 

DeSales 

Gettysburg (DH) 

Gettysburg 

Moravian (DH) 

Moravian 

Messiah (DH) 

Messiah 

York (DH) 

York 

Albright (DH) 

Albright 

Juniata (DH) 

uniata 

Lycoming (DH) 

Lycoming 

AlverniaTDH) 

Alvernia 

Widener(DH) 

Widener 

Wilkes (DH) 

Wilkes 

Delaware Valley (DH) 

Delaware Valley 

Lebanon Valley (DH) 

Lebanon Valley 

Widener 

Lebanon Valley 

Messiah 

Lebanon Valley 



5coi«<' 



w 
w 

L 



W (Sinn.) 
W (5 inn.) 



W 
W (5 Inn 

L 

W 

W 
L (8 inn. 

W 

L 

L 
L (6 inn. 
L (6 inn.' 




Team Members (A-Z): Ryan Allard, Sarah Church, Kelsea Corrado, Amanda 
Gordon, Marian Guzik. Sheri Hihn, Lauren Hoover, Alex Lee, Lisa Maiehorn, 
Shannon Marsico, Melissa Martin, Holly Martin. Abbie Merrifield, Megan Ottey, 
Paige Tanner, & Meghan TooJey 



ik 



lacrosse 





Finishing the regular season with a record of 
6-8, the Elizabethtown College Men's Lacrosse i 
Team was able to move forward in the Middle! 
Atlantic Conference tournament to finish with 
a record of 4-3. With continuous scoring from, 
junior attacker Ryan McCafferty, who was 
named MAC Player of the Week, the Blue 
Jays were able to completely dominate several 
of their games. Along with earning titles for 
Player of the Week, the Elizabethtown Blue 
Jays were able to announce three players to 
become part of the All-MAC Team. With 
a second-team selection for senior defender 
Eric Peifer and first-team selections for both 
senior long-stick midfielder Gary Senese and 
sophomore midfielder Aaron Weber, the Blue 
Jays ended the season with high hopes for 
next years return. Along with Senese's naming 
to the All-MAC Team, he was also granted 
the honor of competing in the USILA North/ 
South Senior All-Star Game. This year, the 
Blue Jays were able to hold 10 of their 14 
opponents to 10 goals or less, and defeat such 
rivals as Susquehanna, Immaculata, DeSales, 
and Lycoming, scoring over 50 goals in those 
games alone. 




fiH 





^ ^mal 






■ 


CoHicndet' 


SCOIK' 


kiSuH 


■ 


Denison 


6-23 


L 


n 


Susquehanna 


14-4 


W 


Q 


Innnnaculata 


14-8 


W 


?» 


Washington (Md.) 


5-17 


L 


tik 


Lasell 


2-3 


L 


<^ 


Moravian 


12-13 


L(OT) 




Messiah 


7-10 


L 




Ohio Wesieyan 


3-10 


L 




Widener 


4-15 


L 




DeSales 


13-5 


W 




Manhattanville 


9-6 


W 


^ 


FDU-Florham 


9-10 


L (3 OT) 


1 


Lycoming 


11-8 


W 


■ 


Kings 


17-9 


W 




^ s/ S7 



Team Members (A-Z): Nick Andrews, Bill Bell, Carl Bergmark, Spencer Berman, 
Brent Campbell, Chris Day. Jon Day, Kurt Deschner, Josh Dougherty, Austin 
Hayes, Dan Hinder, Kyle Huckle, Greg Kenneally, Mike Kenneally, Ben Landis, Jeff 
Long, Hunter Malick, Ryan McCafferty, Mike McGraw, Matt Miller, Matt Oberly, 
Eric Peifer, Phil Robinson. Shakir Saunders, Brian Schaaf. Chris Schuch, Chris 
Senese. Gary Senese, Andrew Sproule, Keith Staulters, Andrew Wagner, Aaron 
Weber, & Roberto Zannbrana 



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z008 was Q gn&Qi yecui {jon 'Ekt Jay Laoiossei 
r'?£ aSwQys A.£wvmbeA 4ls season, iit awesoine. 
gaM.es we ptoyed, and tKe good -tiwes we sHa/iedi 
4^ead R-eajit, h&\b. always and jyoneaeA! 



Amanda Reid, Senior 



With a regular season record of 11-5, and " 
an amazing finish in the Middle Atlantic 
Conference with 7 wins and only 1 loss to 
FDU-Florham, the Elizabethtown Women,'s fi 
Lacrosse team made quite a lasting impression 
this year. With honors poring in all over for < 
players such as junior attack Katie Foley who 
was named the Middle Atlantic Conference 
Player of the Week for three straight weeks 
in a row, and junior goalie Jenn Hawkins who 
also received the MAC Defensive Player of the 
Week, the Blue Jays are finally being noticed. 
Defeating such long-time rivals as Messiah 
College in both encounters, the women had 
high hopes going into each game and never 
gave up. With an All-MAC Team made up of ; 
seven blue jays, Foley, Hawkins, sophomore 
midfielder Stephanie Kreis, and junior defender 
Dana Simmons made up the first-team while i 
sophomore attack Megan Byrnes, first-year ' 
midfielder Sarah Cullinan and junior defender 
Lyndsey Reeve secured second-team spots. It 
was no further surprise after an immaculate 
season by the Blue Jays that Foley, Kreis and 
Hawkins were each named second-team All- 
Metro Region after leading the Blue Jays to 
their 11-5 overall record. 






Mik 





inai 



H CortteMdei* 


Scoi*e 


Result 


P McDaniel 


11-12 


L 


f% Mary Washington 


16-15 


W 


^ Susquehanna 


18-4 


W 


g Villa Julie 


14-17 


L 


S^ Goucher 


20-10 


W 


^ FDU-Florham 


7-10 


L 


Aracdia 


24-3 


W 


^1 Dickinson 


8-9 


L (2 OT) 


H Wilkes 


21-6 


W 


^M Lycoming 


17-12 


W 


■ King's 


20-4 


W 


H Messiah 


14-7 


W 


^M Manhattanville 


25-8 


W 


^m Widener 


17-4 


W 


H Messiah 


15-9 


W 


■ FDU- Florham 


14-15 


L 



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Team Members (A-Z): Sarah Barbin, Sarah Behounek, Megan Byrnes, Katie 
Caprinolo, Meg Cassels, Kim Chuba, Sarah Cullinan, Katie Foley, Anna Ford, 
Carly Goetting, Jcnn Hawkins, Kelsea Kozak, Stephanie Kreis, Kelly Lurz, 
Ashley Mogle, Monica Natividad, Brittany Paulshock, Lyndsey Reeve, Amanda 
Reid, Caitlin Russell, Alisha Sangrey, Danielle Schaffer, Dana Simmons, & Becca 
Watkins 



tennis 




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iBBBaMIWWBHMBiaiyilBMlWtoMlill 



ikxi it was touoR 



to iwpeai Axi we. aCCowpfesM. tosi SeOSOM, eiyeupm 
wonfead ^cad and tools ih steps nfcCessaxy to put 
0lJiHSe&>eS in Q position to do weffi again. He. iefM. fad 
a gneat attitude, and we. ai bole^ (jonwond to 4t 
1 cibienges tbt tfcs season btougfa. 



I Brok Walker, Sophomore 



The 2008 Men's Tennis season started out 
strong with a 9-0 win over Lynchburg and an 
8-1 victory over Villa Julie. The Commonwealth 
Conference proved to be a close match between 
the Blue Jays and Lebanon Valley, but thanks 
to a three-set win at second singles by junior 
Jeff Kirkhoff, the Jays edged by for a 5-4 win. 
Kirkoff defeated Tom Neckelmann allowing 
the Jays to beat the Dutchmen. After his 
great performances, Kirkhoff was named the 
Commonwealth Conference Player of the Week 
in men's tennis followed soon after by senior 
Andrew Voshell who also shared the title. The 
Jays swept past Lycoming with a 9-0 victory 
then went on to beat Albright 9-0 in an indoor 
Commonwealth Conference match at Albright. 
Later in the season, Etown fell to their Messiah 
rivals, but managed to come back strong taking 
down Goucher, 7-2. Sophomore Brok Walker, i 
Kirkhoff, and first-year Bryan Metz were named j 
All-Commonwealth Conference teams, as voted 
on by the league's head coaches. The Jays closed 
out their regular season strong with a 9-0 victory 
against DeSales University. Etown competed at 
MASCAC singles and doubles championships 
where senior Jim Dombach and sophomore 
Mike Steiner fished as runners-up at #3 doubles. 
Overall, it was a strong season for the Jays' 
men's tennis team. 



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Lycoming 


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Team Members (A-Z): Sliawn Cotton, Jim Dombach, Jeff Kirkhoff, Bryan 
Metz. Mike Steiner, Brandon Stolar, Stijn Van Esveld. Andrew Voshell, & 
Brok Walker 



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Elizabethtown's Men's Track team tore up 
this season, making their way to the MAC 
Indoor Track and Field Championships, Perin 
State's National Invitational, NCAA Indoor 
Championships, the Duke Invitational, the Penn 
Relays, the MAC Outdoor Championships, 
and the NCAA Division III Championships. 
Memorable names include senior Kevin Clark 
who won the pole vault at the Susquehanna 
Orange & Maroon Classic and at Haverford's 
Seamus McElligott Invitiational. He also won 
the long jump at Haverford. The Susquehanna 
Open's pole vault and 800 meters were snatched 
by Clark and senior Drew Graybeal respectively. 
These two Jays also trampled the competition 
at the Gulden Relays in the pole vault and 500 
meters events. Graybeal had a remarkable 
season, earning AU-American honors in 400 
meters at NCAA indoor championships, was 
named the MASCAC Scholar-Athlete in men's 
outdoor track and field, and was named the 
Track Athlete of the Year. The team shared two 
MAC team titles consecutively while Coach Chris 
Straub was honored as Coach of the Year and 
Clark was named the Track Athlete of the Year. 
Here's to hoping that next year's season will be 
as memorable as this one. 



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Dcrkacz, Scott Derkacz, Elton. Dos Santos, Wyatt Eaton, A.J. Farris, Kyle 
Grimm, Drew Graybeal. Rich Greco, Shaun Healey, Chris Heisey, Tim 
Katzaman, Myies Lund, Bryan Marison, Jason Mastroianni, Jeremy Matuia, 
Mike Mauger. Evan Metz, James Munnelly, Matt Myers, George Nicholas, 
Jared Rosenau, Dylan Rulander, Ryan St. Clair, Shawn Strauss, Mike Torre, 
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Spring 2008 was one to remember for Blue 
Jay Women's Track. The team started off the 
season with junior Tiffany Kulp winning the 
mile run with a time of 5:13.43 at the Gulden 
Relays. Gulden Relays was a non-scoring meeti 
that invited Division I, II and III schools. Tiffany '. 
passed a field that included 13 Division I runners 
among the 18 entries. Other top runners 
included sophomore Megan VanDenHengel, 
who won the mile run with six seconds to spare 
at Susquehanna University, and junior Chelsea 
Miles, who took the long jump and triple jump 
at Seamus McElligott Invitational. The Blue Jays 
hosted Messiah College, DeSales University 
and Dickinson College in its annual Pentangular i 
track and field meet. Etown left the competition 
in the dust, posting nine individual wins with 
first years Allie Gold and Kristin Bowen winning 
their respective events. Erin Fisher was a topi 
runner for the team and competed in the MAC ' 
Championships, Swat Last Chance Meet, and 
the NCAA Division III Championships. Fisher 
beat her personal record in the 5,000 meters in 
17:20.60 at the Swarthmore Last Chance Meet. 
More records were beat throughout the season, 
including junior Chelsea Miles setting a school 
record as she won the high jump with a mark of 
5 feet, 3 ^4 inches. The Blue Jays are shaping up 
to be a tough team to chase. 



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Team Members (A-Z): Samantha Adams, Abbey Anderson. Rebekah 
Arbcjgast, Teresa Beshore, Kristin Bowen. Marquel Bowler, Amanda Daws. 
Sarah DeGeorge. Erin Fisher. Allie Gold. Sarah Grove, Lori Havrilak, Tiffany 
Kuip. Sarah Lanphier, Janelle Lawson, Kate Leibrand, Sarah Merusi, Chelsea 
Miles, Kristen O'Brien. Chelsea Reyher, Jenna Riley, Lauren Riley, Meghan 
Ryder, Megan VanDenHengel, Alex Walmer, & Gabrielic Whitley 



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Abel. Mai-Lynn "09 

Social IVorIc 
(Elizabethtown, PA] 

Abel. Nathaniel '08 

Business Administration - Accounting 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Achey. David '08 

Accounting 
[Manheim, PA] 

Achey. Shane '10 

Business Administration 
[Newmanstown, PA] 

Achilles, Peter '08 

ActuoriaJ Science 
[Geneva, NY] 

Acker, Michael '08 

History 

[New Windsor, MD] 

Acocella, Danielle '10 

Political Science 
(Tannersville, PA] 

Acosta, Nlchole '09 

English ■ Professional Writing 

Adams, Lindsay '09 

Fine Arts 

[West Chester. PA] 

Adams, Samantha '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Mickleton. NJ] 

Adams. Samantha '08 

Elementary Ed - Behauior Management 
[BethJehem, PA] 

Agnew. Crystal '11 

Mathematics - Education 
[Queensbury, NY] 

Ahmed, Asif 11 

Business Administration 
[Dhaka, Bangladesh] 

Ahmed. Munlmah '11 

Economics 

[Dhaka, Bangladesh] 

Albers. Mlnke ND 

[The Hague, The Netherlands] 

Albitz, Elizabeth '10 

Business Administration 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Albright. Brie '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Albrycbt, Micah '09 

Music Education 
[Plymouth Meeting, PA] 

Alder. Philip '09 

Business Administration 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Alessandri, Angeline '09 

Efemenlarv Education 
[Hazlelon,,PA] 

Alft. Amelia '10 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Lincoln University, PA] 

Algleri. Krlstyn '11 

Music Education 
[Parsippany, NJ] 

Ali. Ayesha GR 

Occupational Therapy; 
[Brooke viile, MD] 

Allard. Ryan '10 

Malhemotics - Education 
[Londonderry. NH] 

Alleman, Samantha *11 

Communications ■ Mass Communications 

Allen, Jessica '09 

English Education 
[Lititz, PA] 

Allen, Meghan '08 

Social Work 
[Saint Marys, PA] 

Althoff , Debra '08 

Business Administration - Management 
[York, PA] 



I Altland. Rebecca '11 

I Social Studies Education 
I [York. PA] 

Alvanltakis, Jamie '08 

E/ementarv Ed - Special Education 
[Landenberg, PA] 

Ambrosius, Tasha '10 

Social Work 
[New Oxford, PA] 

Amen, Kurt '10 

Biologi/ Education 
[Quakertown. PA] 

Ammlrata. Jennifer '09 

Bio/ogy ■ A//ied Health 
[Caldwell. NJ] 

An, David '08 

Socic^ Work 
[New Holland. PA] 

Anderson. R. Bradley '10 

Business Adminisfration (CCE) 
[Pequea. PA] 

Anderson, Abbey '10 

Communications 
[Marlton, NJ] 

Anderson, Ann '08 

Music Education 
[Pittsburgh, PA] 

Anderson, Craig '08 

Hementari.' Ed ■ Behauior Management 
[Paoli. PA] 

Andrews, Allison '10 

Music Education 
[Blue Bell, PA] 

Andrews, David '10 

Biologv ■ Premedicine 
(Jarrettsville, MD] 

Andrews, Kevin '08 

Economics 

[West Hartford, CT] 

Angstadt, Megan *09 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Oley, PA] 

Antonuk, Lara '09 

History 
[Hummelstown. PA] 

Appel, Charles '10 

Business Administration {CCE} 
[Lititz. PA] 

Appleman, Elizabeth '10 

Biolog\; 
[Turbotville, PA] 

Araguas Flores, Jose ND 

[Barcelona. Spain] 

Arbogast, Rebekah '10 

Communications 
[Hellam. PA] 

Archer, David '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Armer, Megan '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Armstrong, Katie *10 " 

Accounting 
[Wilmington, DE] 

Arnold, Kelly '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Hummelstown, PA] 

Arntz, Madonna '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Ascanlo. Daniel '09 

Business Administration 
Peading. PA] 

Asfacraft. David '11 

Philosophy; ■ Humanities 
[Towanda. PA] 

Ashe, Kyle '11 

/ntemotiona/ Business 
[Baltimore, MD] 

Ashford-Norant, Annette '10 

Socio/ Work 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Atherholt, Lauren '08 

Elementary) Education 
[Montoursville, PA] 



Atherton, Autumn '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Atkinson, Joelle '11 

Communications 
[Franklin ville. NJ] 

Atkinson, Zachary '09 

Political Science 
[Willow Street. PA] 

Aubln. Elizabeth '09 

Music Therapy 
[Salem. NH] 

Auman, Jared '08 

Criminal Justice 
[Northumberland. PA] 

Aument, Timothy '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lititz, PA] 

Aung, Than '10 

Computer Engineering 
[Yangon. Myanmar] 

Aungst, Ashlelgh '09 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 

Avery, Krlstlna '08 

Business Administration (CCEI 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Ayrapetian, Mlroslav '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Azzallna. Michael 09 

Efemenlory Education 
[Easton, PA] 



Babic, Avdo 09 

Fine Arts 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Babllya, Noelle'll 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Minersvilie, PA) 

Backus, Donna '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Bailey, Tabitha '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Hamburg, PA] 

Bakan, Jeanette '11 

Health & Occupation 

Baker, Elizabeth '10 

Engfish - Professional Writing 
[Royersford. PA] 

Baklarz. Alison '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Erie. PA] 

Baldwin. Abigail '09 

Biolog^^ - Allied Health 
[Odessa, DE] 

Baldwin. Caltlln '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 

Balinskl, Jennifer 09 

Elementary Education 
[Oley, PA] 

Ballard. Robert '08 

Business Adminisfration (CCE) 
[Enola, PA] 

Ballesteros, Robert '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York. PA] 

Balliet, Robert '09 

Business Admin istrotion (CCE) 
[Cornwall, PA] 

Banan. Daniel '09 

History 
[Orrtanna. PA] 

Baran, Carla '08 

English Education 
[Tamaqua, PA] 

Barbin, Sarah '11 

Elementary Education 
[Wenonah. NJ] 

Barbour- March, Keanan '08 

Sociology- A n th ropology 
[Beaver Springs. PA] 



Barkman. Rlchelle '08 

Socio/ Work 
[Breezewood. PA] 

Barnhart, Kevin '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Glen Rock, PA] 

Barr, Matthew '09 

En Li iron men fa/ Science 
[Bethlehem. PA] 

Barrett, Ryan '10 

Communications 
[Knox, PA] 

Bartholomew. Angle '10 

English Education 
[Tamaqua, PA] 

Barto. Dylan '10 

Undecided /Undeclared 
[Windsor, PA] 

Bartoll, Patrick 08 

History 
[Carlisle, PA] 

Bartolino, Jamie '11 

Communications 
[Titusvillc, NJ] 

Baska, Katelynn '10 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Pennington. NJ] 

Bateman. Tammy '10 

s Administration 



Bauder. Cara GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Hatfield, PA] 

I Bauder, Taylor '11 
I Undecided.' Undeclared 
I [Hatfield, PA] 

Bauer, Emily '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Behauior Management 
[Shepherdstown, WV] 

Baughman, Julie '09 

Sociology- Anthropology 
[Loysville, PA] 

Baum, Kris ND 

[East Petersburg, PA] 

Bauman, Kyle '09 

Accounting 
[Quakertown, PA] 

Baumann, Stephanie '10 

Music Therapy 

Baumgardner, Derek '10 

Business Administrafion 
[Wrightsville, PA] 

Bayzlck. Kyle '11 

Business Adminislrafion 
[Bridgeton. NJ] 

Bean, Megan '10 

Political Science 
[Schwenksvillc. PA] 

Bear, Brandon '09 

Physics 
(York, PA] 

Beard, Andrea '09 

Elementary Education 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Beaver, Ashley '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Lykens, PA] 

Beazley, Beckle '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Ocean City, NJ] 

Bechtel, Gregg '08 

English - Pro/essiono/ IVrtting 
[Kutztown, PA] 

Bechtel. Janice '09 

Psychology 
[Lebanon, PA] 

Bechtel. Thomas 08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[York. PA] 

Beck, Chelsle 11 

Biology 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Beck. Courtney 10 

Business Administration 
[Waynesboro, PA] 



Beebe. Jennifer '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Shoemakers ville. PA] 

Beers, Alan '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Behounek, Michael '11 

Undecided /Undeclared 
[Street, MD] 

Behounek, Sarah '11 

Elementary Education 
[Street, MD] 

Belkot, Laura '08 

Fine Arts 
[Georgetown, DEJ 

Bell. Jackl '09 

Business Adminislrolion (CCE) 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Bell, Nazlyr '10 

Crimlnaf Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Bell. Penny '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Bell, William '10 

Business Administration 
[Greensburg. PA] 

Belletti, Erika '09 

Biology Premedicine 

Bellush, Elizabeth '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Branchville, NJ] 

Bender, Martina '08 

Psychology 




Benfleld, Tara 10 

English - Professional Writing 
[Pottstown. PA] 

Benltez, Kathryn ND 

[Bainbridge. PA] 

Bennett, Allyson '11 

Elementary Education 
[Frackville. PA] 

Bennett, Donald 'OS 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Bensel, Chelsea '11 

Elementary Education 
(Walllngford, PA] 

Benshoff , Amanda '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
[Lewisburg, PA] 

Berger, Emily '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Bernvillc, PA] 

Berger, Kara '11 

International Business 
[Bernville. PA] 

Bergmark, Carl '09 

Criminal Justice 
(Mount Joy, PA] 

Bergstrom. Steven ND 

(Leola. PA] 

BerkebUe. Becky '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Enola, PA] 

Berman. Stephen '09 

Communications ■ Marketing 
[Villanova. PA] 

Bemer, Rebecca '10 

Communications - Corporate Com 
Pover, DE] 

Berrlker. Rachel GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Douglass ville. PA] 

Berry, Sarah '09 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Walnutport. PA] 

Bertossi, Francisco '10 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 
[Hershey. PA] 



ONE ^>6"2 T'WO 



Besecker, Jessica '08 

Biologv Premedicine 
[Camden- Wyoming, DE] 

Beshore, Teresa '11 

ElemeiMarv Education 
(New Cumberland, PA] 

Besson, Wllmlrlandy '08 

B/o/oyv ■ Premedicine 
[New Holland. PA] 

Beverldge, Chloe '10 

Music Therap}^ 
(Cenlereach, NY] 

Beyer. Alexis '10 

Accounting 
[Collegeville. PA] 

Beyklrch. Abigail 11 

Elementary Education 
[Tuckerton. NJJ 

Bhulyan, Saklf '11 

International Business 
[Dhaka, Bangladesh] 

Blalas, Jennifer '11 

Modem Languages - French 
[Middlelown, PA] 

Bicker. Steven 09 

Computer Science 
[Haddonfield, NJ] 

Bleber. Nicholas 08 

Accounting 
[Reading, PA] 

Bledka, Sarah '11 

Music Therapy 
(Lower Burrell. PA] 

Bigglca. Lisa 08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harnsburg, PA] 

Blreley. Stephanie 10 

Biology 
(Pottslown, PA] 

Birmingham, Chelsea '10 

Psychology 
[Trumbull, CT] 

Blstls. Jaclynn 09 

Health & Occupation 
[Lebanon. NJ] 

Blxler. Christine '09 

Business Administration - Management 
[Boiling Springs, PA] 

Blackman, Katherine '10 

Modern Languages ■ French 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Blackston, Marian '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harnsburg. PA] 

Blauch, Ashley '11 

Elementary Education 
[Jonestown, PA] 

Blevlns. Melanle '08 

Refigious Studies - Ethics & Society 
[Westminster, MD] 

Blome. Krlsten'll 

£/emenIory Education 
[Sewell. NJ] 

Blough, Nicole '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Blum. Jessica '11 

Sociology 
[Middlcport, PA] 

Boate. Colleen 09 

/niernationa/ Business 
[Downlngtown, PA] 

Boden, Linda '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
(Harnsburg. PA] 

Bogush, Jonathan '10 

Biology Premedicine 
puncannon. PA] 

Bohdel. Katie 09 

Music 

[Bel Air. MD] 

Boiling, Brittany '10 

Computer Engineering 
[Abingdon, MD] 

Bollinger, Jonathan '11 

Undecided 'Undeclared 
(Shirley, MA] 



Boltlnghouse. Jessica '08 

Psychology 
[Kulpmont, PA] 

Bond, Warren '08 

Business Administration MorJcettng 
(Export. PA] 

Bonnar. Kaltlln '10 

/nternafiona/ Business 
[Grove City. PA] 

Bonvlcino, Felicia '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Manalapan, NJ] 

Boone, Katy '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
(Reading, PA] 

Booth, Caltlin '11 

Biology ■ Allied Health 
(Edgewater, MD] 

Boothby, Andrea '11 

History 
[Glenolden, PA] 

Bordogna. Amanda '08 

£/emenrQrv Ed ■ Early Childhood 
[Wyckoff, NJ] 

Bornholdt, Katie '11 

Business Adm In /strodon - Management 
(Mooresfown, NJ] 

Botterbusch, Adam '08 

Industrial Engineering 
[Dover, PA] 

Boushell, Jeffrey 'OS 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Chambersburg. PA] 

Bovey, Jessica '08 

Fine Arts 
[Waynesboro. PA] 

Bowen, Kristin '11 

Elementary Education 
[West Chester, PA] 

Bowers, Donna '10 

Business Admmislraiion (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Bowers, Marilyn *11 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
(Harrisburg, PA] 

Bowler, Narquel '10 

/niemalionaf Business 
(Columbia, MD) 

Bowling, Erica 08 

Health & Occupation 
[Lewlsberry, PA] 

Bowling, Thomas '09 

Political Science 
[Downingtown, PA] 

Bowman, Jordan '08 

Political Science 
[Verona, VA] 




Boyles, Lindsay 09 

Business Administration 
[Telford, PA] 

Bozworth, Scott '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
(Bethesda, MD] 

Bracken, Dennis '10 

Business A dm in (slrolion (CCE) 
(Litltz. PA] 

Brackins, Rachel '10 

Music Therapy 
(Bel Air, MD] 

Braid, Katherine 'OS 

Biology • Premedicine 
(Parkton. MD] 

Bramuccl, Rachel '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
(York. PA] 

Brandt, Brenda '09 

Business Admlnfstrotfon (CCE) 
(Mount Joy, PA] 

Brandt, Danielle '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Bebauior Management 



Brautigam. Kalley '09 

Accounting 
[Landlsvllle, PA] 

Breldenstine, David 10 

Social Work 
[ElllcotI City, MD] 

Breltwleser, Patricia 09 

/nlernntlona/ Business 
[Columbus. OH] 

Breneman, Amy '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York, PA] 

Breneman, Gregory '10 

Business Administration 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Brenlze. Linda '09 

Crimlnof Justice (CCE) 
(Boiling Springs, PA] 

Brenner, Paul '11 

Malhemotics ■ Education 
(Crownsvllle, MD] 

Bresnahan, David '08 

History 
[Clnnammson, NJ] 

Brethauer, Sarah 'OS 

Socio/ogy- A nihropo/ogy 
[Allison Park. PA] 

Brewer. Benjamin '10 

Communications 
[Union Bridge, MD] 

Brldgeman, Kaitlyn '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Westminster, MD] 

Brlnser. James '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Mount Joy. PA] 

Brisan. Brad '09 

Business Administration - Finance 
(Wyomissing. PA] 

Briscoe, Nancy '11 

Communicalions - Corporate Com 

[Gahanna, OH] 

Brlzek, Jennifer '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Sinking Spring, PA] 

Broad, Rachael '08 

Elementary Education 
[Reading, PA] 

Brodbeck, Sarah '08 

/nlernotiono/ Business Manogement 
[York. PA] 

Brommer, Jennifer '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Brooks, Kathy '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harnsburg, PA] 

Brooks, Megan 'OS 

Refigious Studies - Ethics & Society 
[Bellefonte, PA] 

Brooks, Nicholas 08 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Aberdeen. MD] 

Broten, Elizabeth 10 

History 
[Hartwick, NY] 

Brown, Christopher '11 

Business Administration 
[Wyomissing, PA] 

Brown, Colton ND 

[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Brown, Corey '09 

Psychofogy 
[Ridley Park, PA] 

Brown, Kelsey '10 

Elementary Education 
[Manhelm, PA] 

Brown, Kristin '09 

Elementary Educolion 

Brown, Leonard '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Brown, Melissa '11 

Biology 
[Levlttown, PA] 



Brown, Robert '08 

Philosophy 
[Hedgesvllle, WV] 

Brown, Sara '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Hanover. PA] 

Brownback, Rachel GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Douglassvllle, PA] 

Bruckhart. Krlsten 'OS 

Biology Premedicine 
[Lllltz, PA) 

Brumbaugh, Glenn '08 

Communications Public Rel (CCE) 
[Camp Hill, PA] 



Burrows, Sean '09 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Mlllersburg. PA] 

Bury, Sarah '10 

BloJogy A//led Health 
[Abingdon, MD] 

Butch, Taylor 'OS 

History 

[Great Falls. VA] 

Butler, Amanda '08 

Social Work 
[Altoona, PA] 

Butler, Wendy '09 

/nternationa/ Business 
[Ex Ion, PA] 



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Byrnes, Megan '10 

Business Administration 
[Luthervllle. MD] 

Cagglano, Danielle-Lynn '11 

Music Education 
(Malamoras, PA] 



Brunner, Nicole 08 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Litite, PA] 

Bruno, Traci '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Avon By the Sea. NJ] 

Bryan, Anne '09 

Biology ■ Allied Health 
[Watsontown. PA] 

Bryant, Andrea 'OS 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Tioga. PA] 

Bryce, Lydia '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Alexandria, NH] 

Bryner, Ashley '09 

Biology 
(Mlfflintown, PA] 

Bubb. Aubree 10 

Health & Occupation 

Bucher, Sarah '10 

Communications 
(Mount Joy, PA] 

Buchmoyer, Mark '09 

Computer Science 
[Lebanon. PA] 

Buckley, Daniel '08 

Political Science 
[Spring City. PA] 

Buckwalter, Sara GR 

Occupational Therapy 

Buffenmyer, Kyle 08 

/ntemaliono/ Business - Morlceting 
(Mount Joy. PA] 

Bui. Mlnh '10 

Business Administration ■ Accounting 
[Hai Phong. Vietnam] 

Bull, Molly '09 

Social Work 
[Charlotte, VT] 

Bunting. Wesley '09 

Communications 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Burch, Tamara 'OS 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Philadelphia, PA] 

Burd, Andrew '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Bensalem. PA] 

Burkart. Amy '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Wolf. PA] 

Burket, Allison '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Montclair, VA] 

Burkholder, Kara '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Litltz, PA] 

Bumo, Arlene '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 



Cain, Caltlin 10 

Communications - Marketing 
[Bear. DE] 

Cain, Jeremy '09 

Computer Engineering 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Cairns, Angela '11 

Elementary Education 
[Pottsuillc. PA] 

Calabrese, Amanda '11 

Com mun icalions 
(Bridgeton, NJ] 

Calaman, Sierra '11 

Psychology 
[Towanda. PA] 

Calibeo. Nancy '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
penver, PA] 

Callaghan, Kristin '09 

Elementary Ed - Early Childhood 
(Havre dc Grace. MD] 

Caltagarone, Chelsie '11 

Elementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 

Campbell, Brent '11 

Communications 
[Baltimore, MD] 

Campbell, Emily '11 

Elementory Education 
[Cranberry Township. PA] 

Campbell, Molly '08 

English ■ Literature 
[Mountville. PA] 

Campbell, Sarah '09 

Elementary Education 
[Landisburg, PA] 

Candelora, Angela '10 

Biology ■ Allied Health 
[North Haven, CT] 

CanBeld, Matthew '10 

Internationa! Business 
[Scotch Plains, NJ] 

Cangetosi, Patricia '11 

Actuarial Science 
[New Britain. PA] 

CanglalosI, Melissa '11 

Mathematics ■ Education 
[Kunkletown, PA) 

Cantor, Danielle '11 

English - Professional LVriling 
(Bensalem. PA] 

Canzanese. Lauren '10 

Communications 
(Turners ville. NJ] 

Cappos, Megan '08 

En firon mental Science 
[Wilkes Barre. PA] 

Caprinolo, Katherine '10 

English - F*rofesslonal IVhIing 
[Jarretts ville. MD] 

Carabello, Elyse '11 

English - Professional Writing 



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Care. Christopher '11 

hiternational Business 
[Birdsboro. PA] 

Care, Jonathan *08 

International Business ■ Finance 
[Birdsboro. PA] 

Carev. Elizabeth '08 

Business Admintstrafion - Accounting 
[Harrishurg. PA] 

Carl. Mandy ND 

[Lancaster. PA) 

Carmel, Samuel '10 

Business Administration 
[Chester. NJ] 

Carmichael, Lauren '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Poland, ME] 

Cannona, Christina '08 

E/ementary Ed - Special Education 
[Coopersburg, PA] 

Carpenter, Jere '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Manheim, PA] 




Carr. Holly *08 

International Business Finance 
[Bel Air, MD] 

Carraher, Timothy '09 

Informalion Systems ICCE) 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Carrier. Emily '11 

International Susrness 
[Martinsburg, WV] 

Carroll. Stephanie '11 

Mathematics Education 
[West Chester, PA] 

Carrow, Amanda '08 

Computer Science 
[Hockessin, DE] 

Carter. Daniel 11 

Engineering 
[APO. AE] 

Carter. Dlanne '11 

Crimma! Justice ICCE) 
[Marietta, PA] 

Carter. Natalie '08 

Social Studies Education 
[APO. AE] 

CartuTight. Christopher 11 

Undecided Undeclared 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Carver. Colin '08 

English - Professional Writing 
[Barto. PA) 

Carwile. Jessica 09 

Business Administration 
(Stow. MA] 

Casey. Megan '11 

Modern Languages ■ Japanese 
[Kearneysville, WV] 

Cassels. Margaret '11 

Fine Arts 
[Downingtown, PA] 

Cassldy, Jeremiah ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Casterllne. Richard 08 

Social Studies Education 
[Wyalusing. PA] 

Castor, Kelly '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Doylestown, PA] 

Catalano, Alexander '11 

Business Administration 
[Selinsgrove. PA] 

Catron, Caroline '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lebanon. PA] 

Cavanaugh. Allison '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Orchard Park. NY] 



Cawley, Jarrod '11 

History 
[Fleetwood. PA] 

Cellini. Peter '11 

Business Administration 
[Cinnaminson, NJ] 

Cessna. Madison '09 

English Professional Writing 
[Wilmington. DE] 

Chambers, Aginah '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Chappel. Elissa 09 

Communications - Marketing 
[Houston. PA] 

Charles, Daniel '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Camp Hill, PA] 

Chase, Carolanne '11 

Cominunicolions 
[Warrenton. VA] 

Chase, Christine 08 

Social Studies Education 
[Quarryvilie. PA] 

Chase, Sheron 'OS 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Hamsburg. PA] 

Cherin, Daniel 08 

Social Work 
[Richboro, PA) 

Cherry, Taryn '11 

TTieotre 

[Huntingdon Valley, PA] 

Chllcoat. Jilllan 08 

History 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Childs, Heather 08 

Accounting 
\yoTk. PA] 

Chong, Gabriel 08 

Engineering 
[Aica. HI] 

Choute, Albert '09 

Communications - Marketing 
[Brooklyn. NY] 

Christie. Kevin 10 

Information Systems 
[Camp Hill. PA] 

Chuba. Kimberly OS 

Accounting 
[Wrightstown. NJ] 

Church. Michael 10 

Accounting 
[Peach Bottom. PA] 

Church. Sarah '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Aston, PA] 

Cioban, Amanda '09 

Accounting 
[Grantville. PA] 

Cirlac, Lauren '08 

Socio/ogy ■ A n(h ropology 
[Warwick, NY] 

Clabaugh, Karen *08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York Springs. PA] 

Clancy, Shayna '11 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
[Old Lyme. CT] 

Clapper, Bradley *08 

Elementary Ed - Behavior Management 
[Saxton. PA] 

Clark, David '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Clark, Jennifer '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Clark, Kevin '08 

Accounting 
[Horsham, PA] 

Clarke. Ashley '09 

Communications ■ Public Relations 
[Sellersville. PA] 

Clarke, Ryan '11 

Business Administration 
[West Chester. PA] 



Clawson. Crystal '10 

Health & Occupation 

Clay, Robert '09 

information Systems (CCE) 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Clayton, Shannon '10 

Accounting 
[Wrightsville, PA] 

Clemens. Emily '10 

Efementary Education 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Cllne, Jiltian GR 

Occupational Therapv 
[Hanover. PA] 

Clough, Angela '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lykens, PA] 

Cocchi, Caltlin '09 

Busine-ss Administration ■ Management 
[Media, PA] 

Coffey. Angela '11 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
[Bryn Mawr, PA\ 

Cohen, Alison 10 

Elementary Education 
[Roscmont. PA] 

Cohick. Ryan '08 

English - Professional Writing 
[New Cumberland, PA] 

Cole. Alexander '08 

Com munfcQf ions Mass Communicdtions 
[Fountain Hills, AZ] 

Coleman, David '08 

Computer Engineering 
[Gettysburg. PA] 

Coleman, Joseph '10 

Actuarial Science 
[Lebanon, PA] 

Collazo. Yaltza '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Steelfon, PA] 

Colllnge. Amanda GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Phillipsburg, NJ] 

Collinge. Tyler '09 

Communicolions Marketing 
[Phillipsburg, NJ] 

Colly, Matthew '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Bel Air, MD] 

Colman. Jacqueline *11 

Environmental Science 
[Scarsdale. NY] 

Colzle, Anastasla '09 

History 

[Elkins Park. PA] 

Commander, Sarah '09 

£ng/ish Education 
[New Holland, PA] 

Conlin. Allison '11 

Elementary Education 
[Chester Springs, PA] 

Conlow, Mlchoel'll 

Computer Engineering 
[Southampton. NJ] 

Connor, Paul '10 

£/emenfary Education 
[Tabernacle, NJ] 

Connors, Leah '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Conroy, Krlsten '09 

Communicotions Marketing 
[Voorhees. NJ] 

Conte. Alexandra '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Marl ton. NJ] 

Conway, Alicia '11 

Political Philosophy & Legal Studies 
[Hummelstown. PA] 

Conway, Lindsey '08 

Business Administration - Marfceling 
[Middletown. PA] 

Cook. Ashley *11 

English Education 
[Annville. PA] 



Cook. Jessica '08 

Political Science 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Cook, Joshua '11 

Business Administration 
[Gardners. PA] 

Cooke, Lamont '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Cooksey. Bridgette '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Cooper. Joseph '09 

Communications - Corporate Com 
[Reading. PA] 

Cooper, Leida '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Cooper. MIchele '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Cooper, Rachel '11 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Haddon Heights. NJ] 

Copeland, Michelle '09 

SociaJ tVorfc 
[Schuylkill Haven. PA] 

Corrado. Kelsea '11 

Health & Occupation 
[La Plata. MD] 

Corrigan, Andrew '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Bristol. PA] 

Corrigan, Caitlln '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Boyertown. PA] 

Corrigan, Elizabeth 11 

Elementary Education 
[Millers. MD] 

Cortes RogeL Stephany ND 

[Veracruz. Mexico] 

Cotton, Shawn '11 

Communications 
[Bernardsville, NJ] 

Couch. Stephanie '11 

Communications 
[Latrobe, PA] 

Coupe, Jacqueline '10 

Music Educofion 
(West Chester. PA] 

Cox, Elizabeth 09 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Seaford, DE] 

Coyle, Brittany *09 

Health & Occupation 

Cracraft. Sarah 08 

Business Administration - Management 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Cradle. George '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Craft, Laura '08 

English Education 
[Horsham. PA] 

Craig. Bailey '10 

Fine Arts 
[Browns Mills, NJ] 

Craven, Allan *11 

International Business 
(Sellersville. PA] 

Crlmmel, Sara '10 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[Tunkhannock, PA] 

Cristino, Kristal '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Wrighlsville, PA] 

Crltchfleld. Laura '09 

Biology - Allied Health 
(Somerset, PA] 

Croswell, Richard 10 

Psychofogy 
[Newark, DE] 

Grouse, Jeremy *08 

Computer Engineering 
[St. Thomas. PA] 



Crum. Linda '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Cruz, Diego '09 

International Business 
[Quito. Ecuador] 

Culllnan, Sarah '11 

Business Administration - Management 
[West Chester. PA] 

Currle. Matthew '09 

Modern Languages - Japanese 
[Alexandria, VA] 

Curtln. Amanda '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Curtis, Christine '09 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Milford. NH] 



D'Angola, Alexandra '10 

Political Science 
[White Haven. PA] 

Danner, Adam '11 

Elementary Education 
[Germansvillc. PA] 

Darchicourt. Tina '08 

Business Administrofion (CCE) 
[Boiling Springs. PA] 

Darlington, Deborah '08 

/nfernolional Business - Management 
[West Chester. PA] 

Darretta. Christina '09 

Computer Science 
[Bel Air, MD] 

Daub. Michael '10 

Criminal Justice 
[Duncannon. PA] 

David, Samantha '11 

Elementary Education 
[Honesdale, PA] 

Davis. Jeffrey '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Davis. Nicole '11 

Health & Occupation 

Davison. Melissa '08 

Business Administration - Acctg (CCE) 
[Hummelstown. PA] 

Davlsson. Benjamin '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Collegevillc. PA] 

Davlsson, Ryan '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 




Daws. Amanda '09 

Environmental Science 
[Thorofarc, NJ] 

Day. Christopher '10 

Business Administration 
[Thornton, PA] 

Day, Jonathan '10 

Business Administration 
[Thornton. PA] 

Day, Nicole '11 

Biologv Allied Health 
[Chester Springs. PA] 

Day, Rebecca '08 

EnuironmenfaJ Science 
[Perkasie. PA] 

Deardorff . William '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Hummelstown. PA] 

DeArment, Trent '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 



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Deats. Kayla '10 

Business Admmistration 
(Middlebury Center. PA] 

Deaven, Katalina '09 

Communications 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Debes. Daniel '08 

Commun\caUor\s - Public Relations 
[West Grove. PA] 

Decker, CaseyAnn '09 

English ■ Literature 
[Kingsley, PA] 

DeDufour. Lauren '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Pennington. NJ] 

Deede, Emily '11 

English Education 
[West Kingston. Rl] 

DeGeorge. Sarah '11 

Social Work 
[Butler, PA] 

Del Negro. Patrick 08 

[B^llev'ille, NJ] 

Deldeo. Megan '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Hockessin. DE] 

D'Elia. Jesse '11 

Elementary Education 
(Abington, PA] 

DeLlllo. Stephanie 10 

Theatre 
[Mohnton. PA] 

DelloRusso. Emily '10 

Communications ■ Marketing 
[BemardsuilJe, NJ] 

DeMarco, Austin '11 

English - Professional Writing 
[Pottsfown, PA] 

DeMark, Meredith '11 

Poliiical Science 
[Ex,'ter, PA] 

DeMattels. Elizabeth '11 

Elcnentanj Education 
[NVu'ark. DE) 

DeMezza. Lauren '11 

Undecided. Undeclared 
[Cmnaminson. NJ] 

DeMuro, Jennie '08 

, Corporate Communication (CCEj 
'[Harnsburg. PA] 

>Derkacz. Adam '11 

Environmental Science 
[Huguenot. NY] 

Oerkacz. Scott 09 

Historv 
'Huguenot, NY] 

Oerr. Nathan '11 

English - Professional Writing 
Reading. PA] 

Oerstlne. Randall 10 

ini'ironmental Science 
SellersvilJe. PA] 

Oeschner, Kurt '11 

\3iochem\Btry 
Keli.iwna. Canada] 

>esimone. Kalle "11 

■ "'.niunications 
Cullegei/ille. PA) 

)eToma. Alalna '09 

Chemistry 
Harnsburg. PA] 

5eVan. Tlffanic 08 

business Administration (CCE) 
Harnsburg, PA] 

)eveney. Rebecca '09 

iealth & Occupation 
Flanders, NJ] 

)evlln, Paul 09 

JLismess Administradon 
:amp Hill. PA] 

)eyshcr. Sarah '09 

iio'.jgy 
"leftwood, PA] 

)]aduk, Nicholas '09 

'ornputer Engineering 
-exington Park. MD] 



Diamond. Kathryn '11 

Biologv 
[Myerstown, PA] 

DlCola. Allison '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
[Shamokin Dam. PA] 

Dieffenderfer. Bethany '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Charlotte Hall, MD] 

Diegel, Alexander '10 

English Education 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Diehl, Kelsey '09 

Elementary Education 
[North East. MD] 

DiEleuterlo. Jenna '11 

Elementary Education 
[Wilmington. DE] 

Dietz. Derek '08 

Industrial Engineering 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Dletz. Sarah '10 

Computer Science 
[Highland, MD] 

DlFerdlnando, Ascenza '10 

International Business 
[Phoenix. MD] 

Diffenbaugh. JilHan 09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Leola, PA] 

DiGrazia, Steven '11 

International Business 
[Stone Ridge, NY] 

DlLeonardi, Mary '11 

Social Work 
[Hampstead. MD] 

Dlller. Matthew '09 

Business Administration - Entrpmship 
[Chambersburg. PA] 

DlMarco. Anthony '11 

Social Studies Educoiron 
[Kennett Square. PA] 

DiMatteo, Amanda '09 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[West Point. PA] 

DiMeglio, Dominique *11 

Music Education 
[Skillman. NJ] 

DlMlchele. Almee *10 

English - Professional Wilting 
[Springfield. PA] 

Dlnse. Mark 'OS 

Computer Engineering 
[Elizabcthtown. PA] 

DiObllda, Darren '08 

Business Administration - Management 
[Coatesville. PA] 

Dlrago. Jordan '08 

Mathematics Education 
[Wallkill. NY] 

Dlsslnger, Eric ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Dltson, Kelly '11 

English Education 
[New Stanton. PA] 

Dobson, Danika '11 

Biology 

Dodson, Margaret '09 

Sociology- A nr/i ropofogv 
(Hellertown. PA] 

Doganci, Ayyuce '08 

/nternalional Business - Finance 
[Sakarya. Turkey] 

Dombach, James '09 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Dombroskl, Brian ND 

[Lititz. PAj 

Donahue. Cara ' 1 1 

Music Therapy 
[Dallas. PA] 

Donahue. Ryan '11 

Business Administration 
[Hatfield, PA] 



Donahue, Timothy '09 

Criminal Justice 
[Hatfield, PA] 

Dong, Tuan '11 

Philosop/iy ■ Humanities 
[Kunkletown. PA] 

£>onnelly. Jessalyn '09 

Biology 

[Shady Side. MD] 

Donovan. Dylan '08 

Chenijsiru 
[Millers Falis, MA] 

Dorie. Jill 08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Dos Santos, Elton '10 

Biology Premedicine 
[Philadelphia. PA) 

Doster. Daniel '08 

Psychology 
fHoltwood, PA] 

Dotterer. Brooke 09 

Soc iology-Anth ropology 
[Spring City. PA] 

Doty. Darllne '10 

E/enientary Ed - Special Needs 
[Hanover. PA] 

Dougher. Kristin '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Middletown. MD] 

Dougherty. Joshua '10 

Business Administration 
(Ocean City, MD] 

Dougherty. Nicole '10 

Business Administration 
[Liverpool, PA] 

Dougherty. Stephanie '10 

Biology Allied Health 
[Cinnaminson, NJ] 

Dove. Krystal '11 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
[Carlisle, PA] 

Downer. Sharon '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[East Berlin. PA] 

Downs. Kelly '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Airville. PA] 

Doyle. Erin '10 

Biology 
Poylestown. PA] 

Dressier. Amy '08 

Elementary Ed - Behavior Management 
[Selinsgrove. PA] 

Driesbaugh. Amy '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Wnghtsville. PA] 

Drinker. Katie '10 

Business Adniinislrolion 
[Kennett Square. PA] 

Drlscoli, Lauren '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Bloomsburg, PA] 

Drob, Matthew '10 

Computer Engineering 
[Strasburg. PA] 

Duckworth, Catherine *10 

English ■ Professional IVritmg 
[Perkasie, PA] 

Duke, Reglna '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mount Laurel, NJ] 

Dulsky, Thomas '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mahanoy City. PA] 

Dupler, Brlenna ND 

[Ehzabelhtown. PA] 

Dupler, Gary '11 

Enuironmento/ Science 
[Elizabethlown, PA] 

Durbln, Robin '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Durst, Krtsti '11 

Biology Allied Health 
[McKeesport. PA] 



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Duval, Alison '09 

Actuarial Science 

Dwyer, Jonathan '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Dzlecichowlcz. Maria ' 

Undecided; Undeclared 
[Baltimore, MD] 



Eargle. Bradley *10 

Music Education 
[Mifflintown, PA] 

Eaton, Wyatt 10 

Communications - New Media 
[York. PA] 

Ebelhar. Dustln '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Ephrata. PA] 

Ebersole, Joshua '09 

Business Administration - Economics 
[Shippensburg, PA] 

Ebersole. Krlsten 09 

CofTimunications ■ Public Relations 
[Akron, OH] 

Ebert, Atlyson '10 

Sociology- Anth ropology 
[Lutherviile, MD] 

Eby. Sara '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Pequea, PA] 

Eckert. MolUe '10 

InternationcJ Business 
[Jonestown. PA] 

Eddlnger. Stacy '08 

Elementary Ed • Special Education 
[Fleetwood. PA] 

Edger. Paul 'OS 

Political Philosophy & Legal Studies 
[Davidsonville, MD] 

Edmonds. Heather '09 

Communications ■ Mass Communications 
[Allenwood, NJ] 

Edwards. Tynan '08 

Biology 
[Selinsgrove. PA] 

Ehst. Cara '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Harleysville. PA] 

Elster. Nicole 'OS 

Social Work 
(Shamokin Dam, PA] 

Elban. Michael '10 

Biology 
[Westminster, MD] 

Elder, Jacqueline '10 

Elementary Education 
fCentereach, NY] 




Elicker. Matthew '08 

Sociology Anthropology 
[Phoenix ville. PA] 

Eller, Katarlna'll 

Modem Languages - German 
(Akron, PA] 

Elliott. Michelle '09 

Business Adminlstrorion - Acclg (CCE) 
[New Cumberland, PA] 

Ellis, Derrick '08 

Business Adminlsfrotion - Finance 
[Ehzabethtown, PA] 

Emerlck. Christine OS 

Theatre 
(Bethlehem. PA] 

Enders, Benjamin '11 

Engineering 
[Chambersburg, PA) 



Endicott. Bliss '08 

Mathematics - Education 
[Ocean View. NJ] 

Englehart, Brooke 09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
(Lemoync, PA] 

Engstrom. Megan '09 

Political Science 
[Coopersburg, PA] 

I Ensmlnger, Erin '08 

I Health & Occupation 
[Palmyra, PA] 

Enyeart. Travis '10 

BioTechnology 
[York Springs. PA] 

Epps, Brett '10 

Communications 
[Perth Amboy. NJ] 

Erb. Donald '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lititz, PA] 

Erdesky, Robert 08 

Criminal Justice 
[Greenville. PA] 

Erdman. Rebecca '09 

Mathematics - Education 
[Quakertown. PA] 

Espenshade, Star '08 

Accounting (CCEJ 
[Marysville. PA] 

Estabrooks. David 11 

Political Science 

Evanko. Samantha '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Nazareth. PA] 

Evans, Llndsey '11 

Biology 
[Newark, DE] 

Eveland, John '09 

Industrial Engineering Management 
[Royersford. PA] 



Fahrenbach, Randy ND 

[East Petersburg, PA] 

Fahy. Devon '08 

Theatre 
[Glenolden. PA] 

Fairchlld, Maryellen '08 

Music TTierapy 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Falrweather, Lauren '10 

Psychology 
[Hillsborough, NJ] 

Falcone, Steven '09 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Huntingdon Valley. PA] 

Farkas, Erika '09 

Psychology 
[Bath. PA] 

Farren, Audra '09 

Communicotions 
[Granger. IN] 

Farris, Anthony '10 

Social Work 
[Edgewood, MD] 

Fasold. Llnsey '11 

Accounting 
[Sunbury, PA] 

Faust. Derek '10 

Environmental Science 
[Auburn, PA] 

Feagley, Kelra '10 

Communications 
[Huntingdon, PA] 

Fellows. Courtney GR 

Occupational Therapy 

Felty. Dennis '10 

Business Administration ■ Management 
[Schuylkill Haven, PA] 

Felty. Max 'OS 

Business Administration - Accounting 
[Ehzabethtown. PA] 

Fenlce, Jeffrey 09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Palmyra. PA] 



Fenske, Michael '11 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Audubon. PA] 

Fenton. Daniel '10 

Computer Engineering 
[Kennctt Square. PA] 

Ferguson, Ashley 'OS 

Elementar}^ Ed - Ear/y Childhood 
[Pittsgrove, NJ] 

Fern, Robert '08 

Industrial Engineering Management 
[Royersford, PA] 

Fernandez, Marlln '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Ferrlck, Melanle '11 

Elementary; Education 
[Malvern, PA] 

Festa, Laura '10 

Health & Occupation 

Festus. Shaday '11 

Criminal Justice 
[Philadelphia, PA] 

Fickel, Natalie '08 

Biochemistry 
[Carlisle. PA) 

Fidler, Todd '08 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Coal Township, PA] 

Figueroa, Angel '10 

Susjness Adnj;nis(ra(ion (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Fikkert, April '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Fllan. Laura *08 

Social Studies Education 
[Newton, NJ) 

Fllewlcz, Andrew '11 

Business Administration 
[Wenonah, NJ] 

Flmmano, Jennifer '11 

Commun\cations 

Finn, Sierra '11 

Mathematics ■ Education 
[Montoursville. PA] 

Finver. Aleza '11 

Biologi; 

[East Stroudsburg, PA] 

Fischer, Matthew ND 

[Grantville, PA] 

Fisher, Erin '08 

Biology 
[McEwensville, PA] 

Fisher, Julie '08 

Communications ■ Public Relations 
[Morton. PA) 

Fisher, Kelly '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 

Fisher, Ronald '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lewistown, PA] 

FItts. Melissa '11 

Elementaryj Education 
[Montgomery. NY] 

Fitzgerald. Kathleen 10 

Sio/ogy ■ A//ied Health 
[Glenmoore, PA] 

Fltzpatrick. Mary Ellen '09 

Social Work 
[Hamburg, PA] 

Flaherty, Daniel 09 

Business Administration 
[West Chester, PA] 

Flaherty, Erin '10 

[Moorestown, NJ] 

Flanagan, Joseph '11 

Un decided/ Undeclared 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Flasser, Kelsey '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Shamong. NJ) 

Fleegal. Ginger '09 

Communications - Marketing 



Fleming, Michael '11 

Computer Science 
[Ewing, NJ] 

Fleming, Sarah '08 

Music Education 
[Baltimore, MD] 

Flood, Elisabeth '10 

Biology Premedicine 
[Elkton, MD] 

Flowers, Kristin '09 

Social Work 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Flowers, Shannon ND 

[Mount Joy, PA] 

Fluke, Michael '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Middletown, PA] 

Flynn, Timothy '11 

Bio/ogy - Premedicine 
[Bel Air, MD] 

Foerster, Jennifer '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Fogel. Keith '11 

Business Administration 
[MiHllnburg. PA) 

Fogleman, Aaron '08 

Accounting 
[Hummelstown, PA] 

Foley. Kathleen '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Palmyra. NJ] 

Follweiler, Ryan '11 

Business Administration 
[Windsor Mill, MD) 

Foltz, Kyle '09 

Actuarial Science 
[Lebanon, PA] 

Foran, David '10 

Po/ftica( Science 

Ford. Anna '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Salisbury, MD] 

Ford. Elyse '10 

History 
[Delran, NJ] 




Ford, Joshua '09 

Business Administration ■ Management 
(Bet Air, MD) 

Forry, Jenny '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Fortlnper, Renee '10 

Psychofogy 

Foster. Julie '11 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Reading, PA] 

Fowler, Jeffrey '11 

Accounting 
[Lutherville. MD] 

Francis, Earl '10 

Communications 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Francis, Laura '09 

Psychology 
[Annville. PA] 

Frank, Ashley '10 

Business Administration 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Frasso, Jennifer '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Wernersville. PA] 

Frawley, Bernadette '10 

Business Administration 
[Berwyn, PA] 



Freed. Robert '10 

Business Administration 
[Quakertown. PA] 

Freeland, Angela '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Marlton. NJ) 

Frehulfer. Darren '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Weissport, PA] 

Freller. Megan '11 

International Business 
[Pottsville, PA] 

Frey, Lisa '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[New Cumberland. PA] 

Frey, Timothy '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Stevens, PA) 

Frledly, Jake '10 

[Rheems. PA] 

Fritchman, Emily '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Fritts. Jenna '09 

Biology ■ A//ied Health 
[Whitehall. PA) 

Fritz, Elizabeth ND 

[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Frohn, Rutger ND 

[Rotterdam. The Netherlands) 

Fromuth. Jennifer '08 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Wyomissing, PA] 

Fry, Jennifer '08 

Health & Occupation 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Fry, Lena '08 

Bio/ogy ■ Premedicine 
[Westover, PA] 

Fuesler, John '11 

Bio/ogy 
[Boothwyn, PA] 

Fuller, Sharon '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Hershey, PA) 

Fulmer, M. Joyce ND 

(Elizabethtown. PA] 

Fulton. Jacob '11 

Mof/iemafics 
[Middletown, PA) 

Funderburk, Benjamin *09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Jacobus, PA] 

Funk, Hannah '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Ephrata. PA) 

Funk. Tlffanl '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[New Cumberland. PA] 

Furman, Leslie '09 

Religious Studies - Ministry Studies 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Furru, Rebecca '10 

Social Work 
[West Chester. PA] 

Fusco, Carmen '09 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Royersford, PA] 



Gabler. Molly '11 

BioTechnology 
[Etters, PA] 

Galanek. Michael '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Trappe, MD] 

Galbralth, Traci '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Middletown. PA] 

Galbralth, Zachary '08 

Industrial Engineering 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 



Gallagher, Bradley '11 

Chemistry 
[Lansdale, PA] 

Gallagher, Brian '11 

Business Adminlstrolion 
[Harrisburg, PA) 

Gallagher, Caltlln '09 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Mount Royal. NJ] 

Gallagher, Glna 08 

Health & Occupation 
[Freeland. PA] 

Gallo, Erica 08 

Health & Occupation 
[Greenlawn. NY) 

Gambacclnl, Lauren '08 

Communications ■ Marketing 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Gamble, Jonathan '10 

English • Professional Writing 
[Roxbury, ME] 

Garcia, Maria '09 

Industrial Engineering Management 
[Efland. NC] 

Garcia, Melissa '11 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Marietta. PA) 

Garrity, Brian '08 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Gaul, Dillon '11 

Communications 
[Spring City, PA] 

Gault, Crystal GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Allentown. PA) 

Geary, Satyn '08 

Corporote Communication (CCE) 
[Steellon, PA] 

Gehr, Susan '08 

Business Adminisfrotion (CCE) 
[Manhcim, PA] 

Getger, Gretchen '09 

Biology 
[Pllesgrove. NJ] 

Gelger. Kara '10 

Elementartj Education 
[Zionsville. PA] 

Gelger, Michael '11 

Business Administration - Entrprnship 
[Malvern. PA] 

Gelger, Nicole '11 

L/ndecided/Cndec/ared 
[North Catasauqua. PA) 

George, Michelle '09 

Business Adminislrotlon (CCE) 
[Litltz, PA] 

George, Nicole '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Columbia, PA) 

Georgic, Andrea '11 

English - Literature 
[Butler, PA] 

Gephart, Michael '08 

Theatre 
Pi'ork, PA] 

Gerace, Lucas '08 

Theatre 
[Edgewater. MD] 

I Gerhart, David '11 

] Undecided /Undeclared 
I (Marietta, PA] 

Gerhart, Donna '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Marietta, PA] 

Gerhart, Sara '10 

Accounting 

[New Providence, PA] 

Gerhart, Thompson '11 

[Reading, PA] 

Germer, Lynne '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA) 

Gettel, Cameron '11 

Bio/ogy 
[Rehrersburg. PA) 



Getz, Laura '09 

Psychology 
(Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Ghosh, Sabyasachi '10 

International Business 
[Kolkata, India] 

Giambalvo. Lisa '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Manheim. PA] 

Giannetti, Gabrielle '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Glenside, PA] 

Glardlna, Melanle '11 

Communications 

Glardlnelll, Mary '10 

Business Administration 
[Robbinsville, NJ] 

Glbble, Ashley '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 

Glbble, Jinny '09 

Business Administration ■ Morkefing 
[Manheim. PA] 

Gibbs, Chadston '10 

Business Administration 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Gieskl. Brianna 11 

Chemistry 
[Montrose, PA] 

Glllara, Samuel '09 

Theatre 

[Glen Burnie. MD] 

Gilllchbauer, Lucille '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Willow Street, PA] 

Gilllchbauer, Robert '08 

/niernationa/ Business ■ Finance 
[Willow Street, PA] 

Gllson, Sarah '08 

Mathemolics Education 
[Ocean View, NJ] 

Glmbert, Lisa GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Upper Arlington, OH] 

Glnder, Nathan ND 

[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Gingrich, Emily '10 

Social Work 
(Harrisburg, PA) 

Giordano, Victoria '10 

English - Professional Writing 
(Shreveport, LA] 

Glunta, Sarah *10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Media. PA] 

Gtadhlll. Britney '11 

Actuarial Science 
[Saint Leonard, MD] 

Glanc, Judith '08 

Music Therapy 
(Harrisburg. PA) 

Glatfelter, Daniel '10 

Business Administration 
[Strasburg. PA] 

Glogau, Jason '09 

Communications - Corporate Com 
[Newfield, NJ] 

Glover, Jodl GR 

Occupational Therapi^ 
[Twinsburg, OH] 

Goddard, Jeffrey '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York. PA] 

Godlewski, Matthew '09 

Criminal Justice 
[Northumberland, PA] 

Godshatl, Ashlen '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Souderton, PA] 

Goettlng, Carly '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Point Pleasant. NJ) 

Goff, LIndsey '10 

International Business 
[West Chester, PA) 



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Golas. Amanda '09 

Mathematics - EducaUon 
[Palmyra. NJ] 

Gold, Alexandra '11 

Health & Occupalion 
(Columbia. PA] 

Goldman, Martin '08 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Waynesboro, PA] 

Goldman. Wallace '09 

Cnmina! Justice 
{Fallston. MD] 

Goldrlck. Molly 11 

Undecided Undeclared 

Goldsmith, Lindsay 'II 

Business AdministraUon 
[Mountain Lakes. NJ] 

Gollup. Jasmine '09 

History 

Golomb. Laura '10 

Socio] Work 
[Northumberland. PA] 

Good. Megan '08 

B'oiogi^ - Premedicine 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Goodhart. Benjamin ND 

Goodhart. Elizabeth *08 

Accounting iCCE' 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Goodman, Katherine '10 

Hejith & Occupation 
(Wilmington, DE] 

Goodyear, Barbara '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[York New Salem. PA] 

Gordon, Amanda '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Vernon. NJ] 

Gordon. Andrew '11 

Biisjness Administration ■ Finance 
[Peach Bottom. PA] 

Gorman, Megan '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Landenberg, PA] 

Gotsch, Christopher '09 

Cnminal Justice (CCEj 
[Hershey. PA] 

Gouln, Erin '08 

^ Health & Occupation 
• [Rutland, MA] 

.Gower, Allison '11 

. English Education 
[Boyertown. PA] 

Graham, Devin ND 

[Columbia, PA] 

Grand!. Ashley GR 

Occupalrona/ TTierapy 
[Vmeland, NJ] 

Grant, Alice '11 

Elementary Education 
[Wayne. PA] 

Grantham, Dana '08 

Biology 
^Downingtown. PA] 

Sranvllle-Hood. KImberley '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Grasso, Nicholas '10 

Religious Studies 
[New Columbia, PA] 

Graybea), Andrew '08 

Computer Engineering 
I [Woodbine, MD] 

Grayblll, Erin '10 

English ■ Professional Writing 
.Lancaster, PA] 

Gray-Spelcher. Deborah '08 

Social Work 

Grecco, Michael '08 

Communications Marfceling 
Royersford, PA] 

Greco, Richard '11 

ingineering 
Holmdel. NJ] 



Green, Kevin '09 

Industnal Engineering Management 
[Stockton. MD] 

Green, Sarah 'OS 

Social Work 
[Old Lyme. CT] 

Greenwald, Klmberly 08 

Computer Science 
[Downingtown. PA] 

Greenwood, Rebecca '08 

Matfiemofics - Applied Mathematics 
[Lake Ariel, PA] 

Greer. Emily 10 

Business A dm in is trolion 
[New Windsor. MD] 

Greer, Erika '11 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Akron, PA] 

Grella, Joshua '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Grey. David '09 

Political Science 
[Berwick. PA] 

Grimes, Sarah '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 

Grimm. Kyle '10 

Music Educolion 
[Ponstown. PA] 

Grlsl, Aurlenne '10 

Elementary Education 
[Haddonfield, NJ] 

Groff. Jason '08 

Business Adminisfrolion (CCE) 
(Mount Joy, PA] 

Groshong. Kate '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Gross. Dara '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Lower Gwynedd. PA] 

Gross. Eric '09 

Political Philosophy & Legal Studies 
[Schnecksville, PA] 

Gross. M. Hunter '08 

Accounting 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Gross. Rebecca GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Boiiing Springs, PA] 




Grove. Emily '10 

TTi eotre 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Grove, Sarah '08 

Refigious Studies - Biblical Studies 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Grubb, Maryann '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Grumbrecht, Jennifer '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Holtwood. PA] 

Gunter. Emily '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
(Hockessin, DE] 

Guss, Rachel 09 

Health & Occupation 
(Harrisburg, PA] 

Gustafson, Kristen '10 

Criminal Justice 
[EastSetauket. NY] 

Gustavsen, Christine '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Shamong, NJJ 

Gutekunst, Jayme '08 

Business Adminislrotion - Marfceling 
[Elysburg, PA] 

Guy, Timothy '09 

Social Studies Education 
[Hanover. PA] 



Guzlk. Marian 09 

Accounting 
[Grecnsburg, PA] 

Guzzo, Andrea '09 

Communications Public Relations 
[Wind Gap. PA] 



Haberman. Stephen '08 

History 
[Watertown. CT] 

Hackett, Leeann '11 

Music Tfierapy 
[Northbridge, MA] 

Hadinger, Julia '11 

Communications 
[Belle Mead, NJ] 

Hagerty. Thomas '11 

Communicotions 
[Enola, PA] 

Hahn. Rebecca '08 

English - Pro/essional Writing 
[Frackviile. PA] 

Halley. Klmberly '09 

Social Work 

Haines, Christopher 09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Marietta. PA] 

Haines, Erica '08 

History 

[Birdsboro. PA] 

Haines, Jennifer '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
(Hamsburg, PA] 

Hates, Douglas '08 

English - Professional Writing 
[Perkiomenville, PA] 

Hall, Amy 08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Hall, Gregory '08 

English - Professional Writing 
(Brookfieid, CT] 

Hall, Kristin '10 

Health & Occupation 
[West Chester, PA] 

Hallowell, Llndsey '10 

Information Systems 
[Cincinnati, OH] 

Hamilton, Benjamin '11 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Coalesville. PA] 

Hamilton, William 08 

International Business ■ Finance 
[Laporte. PA] 

Handford, Sharon '08 

Business Admimstrotion (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Hanlon, Bryn '10 

Engineering 3+2 
[Etters. PA] 

Hannegan, Elizabeth '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Hanneken. Ashley '08 

Social Work 
(Oxford, CT] 

Hanselaar, Frederlque ND 

(Bilthoven, The Netherlands] 

Hara, Michael '11 

Sociofogy- An ihropofogv 
[Sewell, NJ] 

Hardy, Sarah '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
(New Milford. PA] 

Hargest, Jessica '09 

Environmental Science 
[Baldwin, MD] 

Hargrave, Tina *10 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Harlacher, Brenda '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Dover, PA] 



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Harman, Gwendolyn '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Manheim. PA] 

Harnlsh, Martin '11 

Engineering 
[Marietta. PA] 

Harris. Alexander '11 

Business Administration 
I [Baltimore, MD] 

Harris, Suzanne '10 

Elementary Education 
[Furlong. PA] 

Hart, Tara 11 

Elementary Education 
[Marl ton, NJ] 

Hartman, David '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Lebanon. PA] 

Harttraft, Heather '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Hamilton. NJ) 

Hartzell, Adam '10 

Business Administration - Economics 
[Spring City. PA] 

Hartzman, Noelle '09 

Psychology 
[Pottstown. PA] 

Harvey, Raquel '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Harwick, Jeremy '09 

Industrial Engineering Management 
[Cleona. PA] 

Hassel, Angela '10 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Bowmansville. PA] 

Hassinger, Krystan '10 

Biology 
[Lewistown, PA] 

Haughney, Brady '11 

Business Administration 
[Bernville. PA] 

Haun, Amy.' 11 

Crimind Justice 
[York, PA] 

Hauser, Andrew '09 

Communications - Corporate Com 
[Glenvillc. PA] 

Havrilak. Lorl GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[West Grove, PA] 

Hawk. Klmberly '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Selinsgrove. PA] 

Hawkins. Jennifer '09 

Engineering 3+2 
[Havre de Grace. MD] 

Hawthorne, Dent '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mifflmtown. PA] 

Hayes, Austin '09 

Business Administration 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Haynes, Karen '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Hazzard, Leeanne '08 

Mothemotics ■ Educolion 
[Rehoboth Beach, DE] 

Healey, Shaun '10 

Business Administration - Morfceting 
[Neshanic Station, NJ] 

Heaps, Samuel '09 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Landenberg. PA] 

Hediger, Jessica 09 

Elementary Ed - Early Childhood 
[Warrington, PA] 

Hedlund. Margaret '09 

Psychology 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Heffner, Katie '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Fleetwood. PA] 

Hegeman, Taylor '08 

Elementary Education 
[Bel Air. MD] 



Helch, Kelly '09 

Elementary Ed Special Education 
[Morrisville, PA] 

Height, Lorl 08 

Music Education 
[Nanticoke, PA] 

Heinbockel, Mark '09 

Social Work 

[Cranberry Township. PA] 

Helsey, Christopher '11 

Biology 
[Middletown, PA] 

Helsey. Jennifer '09 

Psychology 
[Manheim. PA] 

Helsey, Jereme '09 

Business Administration 
[Manheim, PA] 

Helsey. Lori '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Columbia, PA] 

Helsey, Sonja '11 

History 
[Newmanstown. PA] 

Heisler, Katherine '11 

Undecided /Undeclared 
[Millersville. MD] 

Heller. Abble -11 

Politico/ Science 
Pf'ork. PA] 

Hellman, Stephanie '11 

Business Administration - Finance 

Helsel. Christine 11 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[East Prospect, PA] 

Helsel, James '08 

Business Administration - Management 
(Palmyra. PA] 

Helsel. Taylor 11 

Business Administration 
(Glen Rock. PA] 

Hembree. Jewell '08 

Modem Languages German 
[Maryville, TN] 

Hendel, Emma '10 

Social Studies Education 
(Adelphi. MD] 

Henderson, Julie ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Henderson, Shlreena '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Hummelstown. PA] 

Hendrle. Michael 11 

International Business 
[Chaifont, PA] 

Henley, Patricia '08 

Business Adminislrotion (CCE) 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Herbert, Joshua '10 

Biology 
[Middletown, OH] 

Hemelsey, Adam '08 

Music 
[Middletown, PA] 

Herr. Laura '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
(Lancaster. PA] 

Hershberger. Joshua '11 

Accounting 
[Quarryville, PA] 

Hershey, Stacey '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Hertzler. Llndsey '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Akron. PA] 

Herzer, Lore '09 

Music Therapy 
[Center Valley, PA] 

Heselden, Luke '08 

Political Science 
[North Potomac. MD] 

Heslop, James '09 

Business Admin istrolion (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA] 



Hess. John '09 

Business Ac/minis (rati on (CCE) 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Hester, Aaron '11 

Biologv 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Hewitt. Joseph '11 

Acluarial Science 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Heydt, Ashton *11 

Biologv Education 

Heyduk, Katherlne '10 

Plv!osopb\.i Professional Ethics 

Hlckey. Shauna '10 

Socio/ Work 
[Norwood, MA] 

Hickey, Thomas '10 

Business Administration 
[Ridley Park. PA] 

Hicks, Kelly '09 

Business Administration - Management 
[Bally, PA] 

High. Kelsey '10 

Accounting 
[Gap. PA) 




Hlhn, Sherl'lO 

Biology ■ Allied Health 
[Aston. PA] 

Hill. CalUynn'll 

Psvcfto/ogy 
[Haddon Heights, NJ] 

Hill. Jessica '09 

Fine Arts 

(New Castle, DE] 

Hill, Jill '08 

Business Administration fCCEl 
(Chambcrsburg, PA] 

Hill, Towanda '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Hill, Victoria '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Hinder, Daniel '09 

Enfironmenlo/ Science 
[Bel Air, MD] 

HIne. Emily '08 

Etementar\j Ed ■ Behavior Management 
[Boyertown. PA] 

HInes. Shiklrra 10 

Business Adminislraiion 
[North Plainfield, NJ] 

Kitchens. Caltlln '11 

Psychology' 
[Woodlyn. PA] 

HItz, Audrey '08 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Lebanon. PA] 

Hodges, Theresa '10 

Business Administration {CCE} 
[Quarryville. PA) 

Hoff. Helena '11 

Elementary Education 
[New Oxford, PA] 

Hoffa, Megan '09 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 

Hoffman, Brian '11 

Accounting 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Hoffman. David *08 

Mai^eniofics 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Hoffman. Jeffrey '09 

Business Acfniinistradon (CCE) 
(Cleona. PA] 



Hoffman, Jessica '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Dover. PA] 

Hoffman, Joshua '08 

Political Science 
[Schaefferstown. PA] 

Hoffman. Nicholas '11 

Psychology 
[Lititz. PA] 

Hohenshllt. Tamml '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Hollenbaugh, Daniel 08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[New Oxford. PA] 

Holler. Rebecca '09 

Biology 
[Middleburg, PA) 

Holllnger, Benjamin '09 

Business Adnunistration ICCE) 
[Strasburg, PA] 

Holllngsworth. Tara *10 

Biology 

Holt. Bryan '09 

Business Adminislrotion - Entrprnship 
[Hershcy. PA] 

Holt, Michael "08 

Business Adminisfrofion - Entrprns/jip 
[Hershey. PA] 

Hooghuls, Brian '08 

Business Adnitnislralion - Morlcetlng 
(Metuchen. NJ] 

Hooper, Michelle 09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA) 

Hooper, Patrick '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Hoover. Jennifer '09 

Comniunjcalions ■ Public Relations 
[Hummelstown, PA] 

Hoover, Lauren '09 

Biology Allied Health 
[Reading. PA] 

Hoover, Laurie '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Columbiana, OH] 

Hopkins. Amanda '11 

BioTechnology 
[Milton. DE] 

Hopkins, Danielle '10 

Music Theropy 
[Franklin. MA] 

Hopkins, Shantlll '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Hopp. Dawn 09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Horner, Bethany '08 

Elemenfary Ed Special Education 
[Newark. DE] 

Hornock, Jamie '08 

Chemistry 
[Dover. PA] 

Horst, Breann '11 

Physics 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Horst, Katl '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Hoskins, Carly '09 

Biology - Premedicine 

Hostetter. Julia '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Abington. PA] 

House, Brian '10 

Environmental Science 
[Lititz. PA] 

House. Katrlna '08 

Mathematics - Education 
[Plymouth Meeting. PA] 

Houseal, Joshua '10 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Landisville. PA] 



Houser. Kaltlin '11 

Elementary Education 
[Venetia. PA] 

Howard, Nancy '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Steelton, PA] 

Howes, Katlyn '08 

English Education 
[Taneytown, MD] 

Huckle. Kyle'lO 

Business A dm in is trol/on 
[Ithaca. NY] 

Hudon, Jessica '09 

Psychology 
[Georgetown, MA] 

Hudzlck. Joseph '09 

Elementary Ed Special Education 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Hughart, Michael '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[New Oxford. PA) 

Hughes. Meghan '10 

/n tenia I ion a/ Business 
[West Grove. PA] 

Hugus. Jill '08 

Communications - Marketing 
[Baltimore, MD] 

Huh. Victoria '08 

Political Science 
[Palm Harbor, FL] 

Humphreys, Robert '10 

Modern Languages - Japanese 
[Street, MD] 

Hungwe, Nyasha 'OS 

Economics 
[Harare, Zimbabwe] 

Hurst, Stephen '10 

BioTechnology 
[Lebanon. PA] 

Huttel. Sarah '08 

Health & Occupotion 
[York, PA] 

Huttenstlne, Amy '09 

Mol/iemotics - Education 
[Hazleton. PA) 

Hutton, Jillian '08 

Religious Studies - Ethics & Society 
[Hazleton. PA] 

Huylebroeck. Katharine 09 

Health & Occupation 
[Bethlehem. PA] 

Huylebroeck, Keith '08 

Computer Science 
[Bethlehem. PA] 

Hypnarowskl. Justin '09 

Engineering 
[Wellsboro. PA] 



lacono, Michael '10 

Business Administration 
[Hockessin, DE] 

lacono, Nick '11 

Mathematics ■ Education 
[Hockessin. DE] 

Ibberson, Kaitlln'll 

[Lititz, PA] 

Ichlkawa, Shingo ND 

[Tokyo. Japan] 

lerley, Deneen '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

lezzl, Timothy '11 

Engineering 
[Reading. PA) 

llllgasch, Crystal '09 

Elementary Ed Special Education 
[Greentown. PA) 

Imai, Masako ND 

[Sapporo, Japan] 

Imler, Susan '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA] 



Inge. Mark '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Landisville. PA] 

Intoccia, Christina '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Throop, PA] 

Iqbal. Faisal '10 

Communications 
[Bangladesh] 

Irby, Rachel 08 

Mathematics - Applied Mathematics 
[Greenville. PA] 

Irvln. Mellnda'll 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lebanon, PA] 

Ison. Tara '09 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Lancaster, PA] 

luppa. Anna *11 

English - Literature 
[Pittsford. NY] 

IwanowskI, Ashley '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Wyomissing, PA] 



Jackson, Elijah 09 

Social Work 
[Bronx, NY] 

James, Allison '10 

Communicolions - Corporate Com 
[Lancaster. PA] 

James, LIndsey *09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mcchanicsburg. PA) 

Jamleson, Natalie '10 

Political Science 
[EllicottCity. MD] 

Jang, Eun Hel '10 

Business Administration 
[Seoul. Korea] 

Jankowskl. Michael '10 

Health & Occupation 
[State College, PA] 

Jankowskl, Victoria '08 

Psychology 
[Newtown, PA] 

Jarlck, Kelly GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[White Haven. PA] 

Jarrett. Jocelyn '08 

Mathematics - Education 
[Muncy. PA] 

Jelks. Cheryl '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

I Jelks, Colby '10 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
I [Lancaster. PA] 

Jenkins, Charles '10 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Jenkins, Edward '08 

Fine Arts 
[Camp Hill, PA] 

Jenkins, Heather '11 

English Education 
[Pottsvillc, PA] 

Johnson. Benjamin '10 

Actuarial Science 
[Manheim, PA] 

Johnson. Brandon '08 

Business Administration - Entrprnship 
(Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Johnson, Katherlne '09 

Elementary Education 
[Doylestown, PA] 

Johnson. Kenneth '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Johnson. Kim '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Needs 
[Middletown, PA] 

Johnson, NIndy '09 

Psychology 
[Schwenksville, PA] 



Johnson, Sarah '11 

Music Therapy 
[Wyomissing, PA] 

Johnson, Tami '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Johnston. Jared '11 

Biology 
[Potlstown, PA] 

Jonchhe, Suman '08 

Computer Engineering 
[Kathmandu. Nepal] 

Jones, Christopher '10 

Psychology 
[Airville, PA) 

Jones, David '08 

Religious Studies ■ Biblical Studies 
[TUusville, PA] 

Jones, Johnna *10 

Socio/ Work 

[New Cumberland, PA] 

Jones, Matthew '10 

Socio/ Studies Education 
[Finksburg. MD] 

Jones, Melissa '09 

I BioTechnology 
I [Waynesboro, VA] 

Jones, Taylor '10 

BioTechnology 
[Accident, MD] 

Jordan. Ashley '11 

Computer Engineering 
[Brookhaven. PA] 

Jullano, Stephen '10 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Port Jefferson. NY] 

Jury, All '10 

Business Administration - Accounting 
[Halifax, PA] 



K ^^^' 



Kacanlch, Jessica '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Tafton. PA] 

Kaiser, Melissa '08 

Elertientary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Pemberton, NJ] 

Kalick, Laura '10 

Social Work 
(Oreland. PA] 

Kambic, Dana '11 

Health & Occupation 
[New Cumberland. PA] 

Kamlnskl, Sherrle *09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Kamo, Yoshlho '08 

International Business ■ Accounting 
[Kyoto, Japan] 

Kamouh. Marletle '08 

Music 
[Fanwood, NJ] 

Kamouh. Victoria '11 

Business Administration 
[Fanwood, NJ] 

Kane, Marianne *09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Kaplln. Scott '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Karkuff. Jenna *09 

Communications - Marketing 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Kase. Shawn '09 

Computer Science 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Kase. Steven '09 

Business Administrolion ■ Finance 
[Pottstown. PA] 

Kase. Tamara '10 

Elementary Education 
[Sinking Spring. PA] 

Kashner, Lisa '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Columbia, PA] 



ONE Si|<(^'8^'*^*^'^ 



Kaslnecz. Amanda '08 

Communications Public Relations 
[Emmaus, PA] 

Kasper. Kaitlln 'OS 

SocioJ Work 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Kassinger. Elizabeth '08 

Accounting 

[New Holland. PA] 

Kassls. Kayla '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Kasyem, Ryan '09 

Business Administration 
[Point Pleasant. NJ] 

Katz, Gregory '11 

Business Administration 
[Voorhees. NJ] 

Katzaman. Timothy '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Wyomissing. PA] 
Kauffman, Kathryn '10 

Political Science 
[Enhaut. PA] 

Kauffman, Stephen *10 

Criminal Justice 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Kauffman. Jr.. Mark DP 

I' Accounting ICCE) 
: [Landisyille. PA] 

Kaufhold, Emily 08 

Health & Occupation 
. [Mlllersville. PA] 

I Kaufman. Kalttln 10 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

I Kearns, Courtney '10 

I Elementary/ Ed - Earl^/ Childhood 
I [Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Heeler. Jacob '09 

Conimunjcatjons - Corporate Com 
[Mount Pleasant, PA] 

I Keeler. Melissa 09 

Elementary; Education 
[Hazleton. PA] 

Keenan. Austin '10 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
[Manheim. PA] 

Keener, Barry '10 

Accountini^ (CCEj 
, [Elizabeth town. PA] 

Kelemen. Kate '10 

i Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Princeton, NJj 

Kelley, Eric 08 

Criminal Justice 
[Waynesboro, PA] 

Kellogg. Nicole '09 

Business Adminisfration ■ Marketing 

Kelly. Courtney '11 

Biologv 
■ (Guilford, CT] 

Kelly, Krlsten'll 

Actuarial Science 
[Bensdiem. PA] 

Kelly. Kylleen '10 

Socio/ Work 
[Reading, PA] 

Kelly. Ryan ND 

[Harrisburg, PA] 

Kempchinsky, Chelsea '10 

Business ,4dminisrri]rion Marketing 
[Freeland, PA] 

Kench, Margaret '10 

BioTechnology 
[Sellersville, PA] 

Kennealty, Gregory '11 

Accounting 
[Lulherville, MD] 

Kenneally, Michael '11 

Accounting 
[Lutherville. MD] 

Kennedy, Katelyn '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Wilkes Barre, PA] 

Kennedy, Nicholas 08 

Scic:li( Studies Education 
[Wyomissing. PA] 



Kennedy. Scott '08 

Psvcho/ogv 
[Royersford. PA] 

Kennel, James '09 

Biologi^ - Premedicine 
[Elizabeth town. PA] 

Kennel, Jeremy '08 

Bio/ogv Premedicine 
[Ehzabethtown, PA] 

Kenslnger, Kyle '08 

Comrfjunicalions - Marketing 
[Martmsburg. PA] 

Kerlln, Lindsey '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Elliottsburg. PA] 

Kessler, Jllllan '10 

Environmental Science 
[Randolph, NJ] 

Ketchen, Jennifer *09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Maple Shade, NJ] 

Keys, Jullanne '11 

£/emeniary Education 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Keys. Yvette '09 

Cnmmal Justice (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Keyser, Brian '11 

Criminal Justice 

Keyser, Natalie ND 

[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Kibby. Jocelyn '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Annapolis, MD] 

Klchline. Stephanie '10 

Communications - Mass Communications 
(Gap, PA] 

Kidwell, Corin '09 

Business Admin rslration 
(Akron. PA] 

Kieman. Brian 10 

Accounting 
[Garden City. NY] 

Kilgore, Joshua '11 

Criminal Justice fCCEl 
[Litttz, PA] 

Kllheffer, Teresa '08 

Business Adminisfrotion (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Klndelberger, Timothy '08 

Business Admimstrofion fCCEj 
[Elizabethlown, PA] 

Kirby. Michael '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Kirk. Elizabeth 09 

Soc lology-Anth r apology 

Kirkhoff , Jeffrey '09 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Duncannon. PA] 

Klstler, Courtney '10 

Efemenrary Education 
[Waynesboro. PA] 

Klahold. Tiffany '10 

Psychology 
[Ehzabethtown, PA] 

Kline, David 08 

/nfernotiono/ Business ■ Marketing 
[Warminster. PA] 

Kline, Stacy '09 

Biologfj - Allied Health 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Klinger, Joseph '11 

Engineering 
[Elizabethlown, PA] 

Knapp, Jennifer '10 

Psychology 
[Downingtown, PA] 

Kneafsey. Ashley '08 

Business Administration - Morlceting 
[Havertown. PA] 

Kneafsey, Thomas '11 

Political Science 
[Havertown, PA] 

Knitter, Emily 11 

£/emenCarv Education 
[Selinsgrove. PA] 



Knoll. Alexander '10 

International Business 
[Monrovia, MD] 

Koch. Anna-Chrlstlna ND 

[Soest, Germany] 

Kochansky, Tara '10 

Business Ad'mrnistration (CCE) 
[Dover, PA] 

Kochuba, Matthew '09 

Biologi/ ■ Premedicine 
[Mountain Top, PA] 

Koechlg, Allison '08 

English - Professional Writing 
[Media. PA] 

Kofeldt, Courtney '10 

English Education 
[Coatesvitle. PA] 

KoUer. Caitlin'll 

Communications 
[Limerick. PA] 

Kollmeler, Lindsay '08 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Sewcll. NJ] 

Konek. Tanya '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Slatington. PA] 

Kosheba, Adam '10 

Crimind Justice (CCE) 
[Manerta. PA] 

Kotarba. Richard ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Kozak, Kelsea '09 

Elementary Education 
[Brookhaven, PA] 




Krajsa. John *10 

Business Administrotion 
(Alleniown, PA} 

Kramer, Abigail '11 

Communications 

[Harleysville. PA] 

Krause, Brian '09 

Elementary Education 
[New Tripoli, PA] 

Krausse, Thomas '09 

Mathematics 
(Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Kravetz, Kyle'll 

Business Admin islrolion 
Pushore, PA] 

Krebs. Kylar '08 

Communications ■ Mass Communications 
[New Columbia, PA] 

Krels. Stephanie '10 

Psychology 
[Bel Air, MD] 

Kressler. Katharine *10 

Business Administrofion - Morfceling 
[Yardley. PA] 

Krisslnger. Katelyn '09 

Psychology 
[Lebanon, PA] 

Kroeckel, Ashley '10 

Socicd Work 

[East Brunswick, NJ] 

Kropp. Thomas '11 

International Business 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Kulp, Tiffany '09 

Bioc/iemistry 
[Perkasie. PA] 

Kulp, Zachary '11 

Biochemistry 
[Perkasie. PA] 

Kumpf. Amy '09 

Religious Studies ■ Ministry Studies 
[Gilberts ville. PA] 



ONE 4^69 ^"^^ 



Kuperavage, Brittany '11 

Biology 

Kuppe, Bryan '10 

Modern Languages - Japanese 
[Pennington, NJ] 

Kurtz, Stephanie '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Kuserk, Laura '10 

Communicotions 
[Harleysville. PA] 

Kutz, Matthew '09 

Communications ■ Public Relations 
[New Cumberland, PA] 

Kvlnnesland. Greta '11 

English - Professional Writing 
[Center Valley, PA) 



LaForge, Colleen '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Scotch Plains. NJ] 

Lamina, Vincent '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
P_ancaster. PA] 

Lanas. Raymond '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Lancellotti. Cristina '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Lititz. PA] 

Landis, Ann ND 

[Mountville. PA] 

Landis. Benjamin '11 

Business Admmistrotion 
(Talmage. PA] 

Landis. Stephen '10 

Business Administrofion (CCE) 
[Ehzabethtown, PA] 

Landis. Zachary '11 

Biochemistry 
[Wyomissing, PA] 

Landry. Meghan *10 

Political Science 
[Cranston, Rl] 

Lang. Courtney '10 

Hea/t/i & Occupation 
[Hummelstown. PA] 

Lang, Mary '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Pottsville. PA] 

Lanphier, Sarah '09 

Business Administration 
[York, PA] 

Lantz. Taml '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

LaPalomento, Christina '11 

Psychology 
[Turnersville, NJ] 

Lappln, Daniel '09 

Engineering 
[Manchester Center, VT] 

Larkle. Ryan'll 

Enyironmenlo/ Science 
[Elizabeth town, PA] 

Larsen. Klrstl'll 

Business Administration 
[Carlisle. PA] 

Lasher. Kyle '08 

History 
[Downingtown. PA] 

Latlmore, Sarah '11 

Political Science 

Latona. Michelle 08 

Social Work 
[Haskell, NJ] 

Lauer, Tara '08 

Enuironmenfa/ Science 
[East Berlin. PA] 

Lauletta. Daniel '09 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Landenberg, PA] 

Lawlor, Sarah '09 

Political Science 
[Haddonfield, NJ] 



Lawrence. Jane '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 

[Hershcy, PA]" 

Lawson. Janelle '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Hanover Township, PA] 

Lawton, Jennie '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Owings Mills, MD] 

Lawyer. Jesse 'OS 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Hanover. PA] 

Lazor. Collette '09 

Communications - Corporate Com 
[Pittsburgh, PA] 

LeCompte. Kenneth '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
I [York. PA] 

I Ledbetter. Allison '11 
' Undecided Undeclared 
[Lansdalc, PA] 

Lee, Alessandra '08 

Communications - Marketing 
[Emmaus. PA] 

Lee. John '09 

/nternaliona/ Business ■ Finance 
[Flushing. NY] 

Lee, Laureen '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Carlisle, PA] 

Lee. Linsey '10 

Accounting 
[Wellsboro. PA] 

Lehman. Stacey '09 

BioTecfino/ogy 
[Schuylkill Haven, PA] 

Lelbrand. Katherine '11 

Fine Arts 
pelran. NJ] 

Leicht. Matthew 08 

Information Systems 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Leisey. Angela '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Leisey. Linda '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Lemon, Trisha '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
[Collegeville. PA] 

Lengel, Erin '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Etters. PA] 

Lenhart, Jennifer '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Hightstown, NJ] 

LeNolr. Caittln '08 

Accounting 
[New Castle, DE] 

Lentz, Anne '08 

Information Systems 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Lentz, Janelle '11 

Psychology 

Leo. Kathy '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Leonard. Clyde '11 

Business Administration 
[Newark, DE] 

Leonard. Rachel '10 

Elementary Ed • Early Childhood 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Leota. Aaron '10 

Elementary Education 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Leuschen. Brandon '08 

Modern Languages - Japanese 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Levengood. Peter '10 

Business Administration 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Levlne, Sarah '09 

£/ementary Ed Special Education 
(Glen Mills, PA] 



Levy, Elizabeth '11 

Health & Occupation 
[South Glens Falls. NY] 

Lewellen, Todd '11 

Information Systems 

Lewis. Ashlyn '11 

Biologv - Premediclne 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Lewis, Elizabeth '11 

Theatre 
[Lititz, PA] 

Lewis. Roger '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Libic. Naida 10 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Llddle, Adam '11 

History 
[Wilmington. DE] 

Lightman, Sarah '08 

Communications - PubHc Relations 
[Reading, PA] 

Lilley, Christopher 08 

/Accounting (CCE) 
[Millersville. PA] 

Lindner, Julie '10 

Elementary Ed - Behauior Management 
[Abingdon. MD] 

Line, Ashley '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Sunbury, PA] 

Lipplncott, Megan '08 

Social Work 

[Logan Township, NJ] 

Little, Katherine '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Medford, NJ] 

Little. Shawn '08 

English Education 
[York. PA] 

Lizik. Justin '11 

Religious Studies ■ Asian Religions 
[Elizabeth. PA] 

Lo, Shaina '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Leola. PA] 

Lo, Yi-Vlfei 08 

Mothemodcs 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Loch, Christian *08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Lockcuff, Terra '11 

Elementary Education 
[Shatnokin Dam, PA] 

Locke, Katlin 11 

Psychology 
[Concord, PA] 

Loeb. Tyler '10 

Political Science 
[Lenhartsville, PA] 

Lolselle. Melinda 10 

Business Administration 
[Kensington, CT] 

Lombard, Pearse '08 

Commun/cotions - Mass Communications 
[Quincy, MA] 

Long, Jeffrey '09 

Business Administration 
[West Chester, PA] 

Long, Ryan '11 

Religious Studies 
[New Holland. PA] 

Longobardi, Nina '10 

Sociaf Work 
[Norristown, PA] 

Lorence, Maria '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Smoketown, PA] 

Louden, Jessica '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[New Buffalo, PA] 

Loughney, John '11 

Undecided Undeclared 
[Millersville, MD] 



Loulson, Rachel '09 

Business Administration - Marveling 
[Randolph, NJ] 

Lowers. Whitney '08 

Efemenlory Ed - Early Childhood 
[Baltimore. MD] 

Loy. Kristen '08 

Elementary Education 
[Lawn, PA] 

Lu. Chunmei ND 

[Dalian. China] 

Lucas. Clara '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Abingdon, MD] 

Lucas. Travis '11 

Music Education 
[Wallingford, PA] 

Luff, Eric '09 

Business Administration 
[Lincoln University. PA] 

Luisi, Sara GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Kinnelon. NJ] 

Lukacsy, Melissa '10 

Sementory Ed ■ Special Education 
[Mullica Hill, NJ] 

Lund, Myles '10 

Political Science 
[Berwyn, PA] 

Lurz, Kelly '11 

Biology 

Lussier, Michael '10 

Hrstory 
[Cherry Hill, NJ] 

Luteijn, Roderik ND 

[Heemstede, The Netherlands] 

Lut2, Jessica '09 

Health & Occupation 
poylestown. PA] 

Lyakhovetskaya. Olga '09 

International Business ■ Marketing 
(Huntingdon Valley, PA] 

Lynch, Andrea '11 

Elementary Education 
[Scranton, PA] 




Lynch, Christopher 09 

Accounting 
[Ephrata, PA] 

Lynd. Stuart '10 

Music Therapy 
[Pitman. NJ] 

Lyons, Emily '11 

Political Science 
[Coatesville. PA] 



MacGregor, Katherine '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Haddonfield, NJ] 

Macharsky, Jacalyn '11 

Business Administration 
[Westminster, MD] 

Machlr, Alexander '09 

Communications 
[Bethesda. MD] 

Mackey, John '10 

English ■ Literature 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Macri, Vlniclus '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Middletown, PA] 

Nacus, Joseph '10 

Computer Engineering 
[Allentown. PA] 



Madalis, Marissa 'OS 

Psychology 
[Kulpmont, PA] 

Magnauck, Elizabeth '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Holtwood, PA] 

Mahon, Amy '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Altoona, PA] 

Mains. Ryan '10 

Engineering 
Penver, PA] 

Makara, Kevin '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Horsham, PA] 

Malankar, Amol '08 

Biology - Premedicine 
[New Holland, PA] 

Malehom, Lisa '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Halifax, PA] 

Mallck. Hunter '11 

Biology 

[Center Valley, PA] 

Malik, Kamron 10 

Information Systems 
[Perkasie, PA] 

Malloy. Thomas '10 

Modern Languages - Japanese 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Malm, Stephen '10 

Business Administration 
[Millersville. MD] 

Manarl, Allsa '11 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Middletown, PA] 

Mance, Kristin '11 

Accounting 
[Goshen, NY] 

Mangus, Matthew '10 

Music 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Manuel, Ann '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Mountville, PA] 

Maratta, Stephanie '11 

Elementary Education 
[Islip, NY] 

Marchetti, Amanda '08 

English - Professional tVnting 
[Hazleton. PA] 

Marciniak, Ashley '10 

Elementary Education 
[F reel and. MD] 

Marfisi, Amanda '09 

Psychology 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Marison, Bryan '08 

Social Studies Education 
[Birdsboro. PA] 

Markowicz, Amanda '10 

Business Administration 
[Schuylkill Haven, PA] 

Marks. Stephen '10 

Psychology 
I [Mickleton, NJ] 

Marrara, Carl '09 

Political Science 
[Danville, PA] 

Marsala, Andrea '08 

Social Studies Educcaion 
Paliastown, PA] 

Marsico, Shannon '11 

International Business 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Marsteller, Rachel '11 

Communications ■ Cult Studies 

Martin. Holly '09 

Psychology 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Martin. Justin '08 

History 
[Pittsgrove, NJ] 

Martin, Melissa '10 

Elementary Education 
[Parsippany, NJ] 



Martin, Monica '10 

/ntemational Business 
[York. PA] 

Martin, Patricia ND 

[Lancaster. PA] 

Martin, Tracy '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Martin, Valerie '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
(Annville, PA] 

Martinez, Bryon '08 

BioTechnology 
[Idaho Falls, ID] 

Martinez, Donate '09 

Criminal Justice 
[Lafayette Hill. PA] 

Martinez, Sammle '10 

Political Science 
[Coal Township, PA] 

Maryott, Kenneth '09 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Rockvilie, MD] 

Massarottl, Alexis '10 

Accounting 

[Coatesville, PA] 

Masson, Stephanie ND 

[Wassenaar, The Netherlands] 

Mastrangelo, Jeffrey '09 

Psychology 
[Alpharetta, GA] 

Mastrolannl, Jason '09 

Communications ■ Mass Communications 
[Macungie, PA] 



McCafferty. Ryan "09 

Business Administration - Entrpmship 
[Orlando, FL] 




Matakas, Jason '09 

BioTechnology 
[Yardville, NJ] 

Matar, Assuntina ND 

[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Mathews. Jessica '11 

Elementary Education 
[Huntingtown, MD] 

Matlack. Peter 09 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[Burlington. NJ] 

Matthews. LeighAnn '11 

£/emeniory Education 
[Chesterfield, NJ] 

Matula. Jeremy '09 

Political Philosophy & Legal Studies 
[Bath. PA] 

Matz, Andrea '10 

Political Science 
[Hazleton. PA] 

Mauger, Michael '10 

English - Literature 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Maule, Melinda '10 

Psychology 
[Manheim, PA] 

Mauro, Sari '11 

Undecided /Undeclared 
[Owls Head, ME] 

Mayer. Noah '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Mazlarz. Stanley '10 

International Business 
[Trenton. NJ] 

Mazzel. Nicholas 11 

Biology 
[Hagerstown, MD] 

Mazzella, Kortne '11 

Elementary Education 
[Media. PA] 

McAuliff, Matthew '08 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Hatfield. PA] 

McBrlde. Daniel '09 

Business Administration - Entrpmship 
[Wilmington, DE] 

McCabe, Michael '08 

Business Admin istrotion - Management 
[Shohola, PA] 



McCaffrey, Kaltlin 10 

Communications 
[Schuylkill Haven, PA] 

McCann. Amanda '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Pittsgrove. NJ] 

McCants. Corey *09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

McCarron, Genevieve '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Harleysville, PA] 

McCarty, Kelll '10 

Elementary Education 
[Lancaster. PA] 

McCausland. Katherine '09 

Elementary Education 
[Stroudsburg, PA] 

McChesney, Kennedy '09 

Actuarial Science 
[Latrobe. PA] 

McClaln, Florentlna '10 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 
[West Chester, PA] 

McConnell, Brittany '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Liberty Corner, NJ] 

McConnell. Sherrl '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Shermans Dale, PA] 

McCooey, Christopher '10 

Religious Studies - Ministry Studies 
[Buffalo. NY] 

McCook, Michael '11 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lebanon. PA] 

McCormick, Caitlln 08 

English Education 
[St, Clair. PA] 

McCormick. Randall 08 

Criminal Justice 
[Centreville, VA] 

McCoy, Brandl '09 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[Swedesboro, NJ] 

McCoy, Jllllan '10 

Business Administration 
[Hatboro, PA] 

McCracken, Lauren '08 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Towson, MD] 

McCrone, Rebecca '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

McCulloch, Shannon *09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Hallam, PA] 

McDevItt. Amanda '11 

Business Administration - Entrpmship 
(Ridley Park. PA] 

McDonald, Ryan 09 

Biology 
[Doylestown. PA] 

NcFadden, Laurie DP 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

McFalls, Sherry '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

McFarland, Sarah '09 

Elementary Education 
[Ambler. PA] 

McGeary. Amanda '11 

Political Science 
[Sturbridge, MA] 



ONE J^^NTY 



McGlnity, Shelby '10 

Business Admmistration (CCE) 
[Lebanon, PA] 

McGonlgte, Stephen *I0 

International Business 
[Fairfax. VA] 

McGrann, Khourl '11 

English - Professional Writing 
[Glcnsidc, PAJ 

McGraw, Michael 11 

Communications 
[Wallingford, PA] 

McGulgan. Daniel '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Phocnixville, PA] 

McKee, Duane '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

McKeown. Kory 09 

Cnmina! Justice 
[Kearny, NJ] 

McLaughlin. Brittny 11 

Accounting 
[York. PA] 

McLean, U^nda '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

McMahon, Jenna ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

HcManus, Kathleen '11 

Modem Languages Japanese 
[Lancaster, PA] 

McMaster, Ashley '09 

Bijsrness Administration - Management 
(Sewickley. PA] 

McMulUn, Caroline '11 

Accounting 
[Chelmsford, MA] 

McNaughton, Meghan '10 

Communications ■ Mass Communications 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

McNeel. Kirk 'OS 

Engi:sh ■ Literature 
[Walkersvaie, MD] 

McNemar. Cynthia '08 

Accounting 

[New Windsor. MD] 

Meade. Katherine 09 

Biologv 
y [Lebanon, PA] 

Meaney. William '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Toms River, NJ] 

Meek, Michelle '11 

Accounting 
[Lititz. PA] 

I Medina, Minerva '11 

I Business Administration ICCE) 
I [Leola, PA] 

' Mees, Andrew '08 

Engfish - Professional Writing 
[Elizabethlown, PA] 

Mellott, Katherine '11 

■ Business Administration 
[Boyerlown. PA] 

' Melnick. Jennifer '11 

, Social Studies Education 
■ [Oreland, PA] 

I Melton, James '08 

I Business Adnifnisfration ■ Marketing 
[West Chester, PA] 

' MemotI, Megan '09 

English ■ Literature 

Merante, Eric '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
PHarrisburg, PA] 

Mercurl. Alicia 11 

Biolog],' 
[Pottsv'ilie, PA] 

iMerrlfleld, Abbie 08 

Biology ■ Premedicme 
[York, PA] 

Merusi, Sarah '10 

\fodern Languages ■ French 
[Montague, NJ] 



Messina. Francis '09 

Industrial Engineering Management 
[Philadelphia. PA] 

Metcalf, Autumn '10 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 
[Catonsviilc. MD] 

Metz. Brandon '09 

Mathematics - Pure Mathematics 
[Dillsburg. PA] 

Metz, Bryan '11 

/nternaliona/ Business 
[Hummelstown, PAJ 

Metz. Evan 09 

Engincenng 3+2 
Poylestown. PA] 

Mezalnis, Julie '08 

Social Work 
[Hemdon. VA] 

Michael, Lindsay '08 

Intemalional Business - Morfceting 
[Muncy. PA] 

Michels, Laura 08 

Health & Occupation 
(Glen Mills. PA] 

Mlchener. Deann '10 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Columbia. PA] 

Mlebach. Valerie '09 

Elementary Ed Special Education 
[Highland Lakes. NJ] 



Mikitka. Veronica '08 

Communications ■ Public Relations 
[Bethlehem. PA] 

Miles, Andrea '09 

Business Admin istrotion ■ Morfceting 
[Phoenix, MD] 

Miles, Chelsea '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Media, PA] 

Miller, Alyssa '09 

Mothemotics ■ Applied Mathematics 

Miller. Ashley '08 

Histori,! 
[Conshohocken, PA] 

Miller. Bridgett '10 

Modern Languoges - Japanese 
[Red Lion. PA] 

Miller, Casey '10 

Biology - Premedicme 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Miller. Christine '09 

Religious Studies Ministry Studies 

Miller, Christine '09 

Information Systems 
[Newburgh, NY] 

Miller, Debra '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Miller, Dlanne '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[New Cumberland, PA] 

Miller, Jena -11 

Health & Occupation 
[Elizabethville. PA] 

Miller, Jessica 11 

£/emenlory Education 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Miller, Jordan '11 

Un decided/Undeclared 
[Hauertown, PA] 

Miller. Laura '11 

Psychology 

Miller, Matthew '11 

Undecided Undeclared 
[Willow Street. PA] 




Miller, Matthew '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Maytown, PA] 

Miller. Matthew '09 

Accounting 

Miller, Robert 08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Miller. Zachary 10 

Psychology 
[Old Lyme, CT] 

Mllllgan, Elizabeth '09 

Engfish ■ Professional Wnting 
[Baltimore, MD] 

Mllowlckl, Karen 11 

English - Profession^ Writing 
[Wilmington. DE] 

Minakowski, Christopher '08 

International Business - Finance 
[Roslyn, PA] 

Minka. Paige '11 

Emnronmental Science 
[Avondalc, PA] 

Mlnnhagen. Camilla '08 

International Business - Marketing 
[Bromma, Sweden] 

Mlnnich. Matthew '10 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Mlnori. Crlsten '11 

Elementary Education 
[Shamokin Dam, PA] 

Miranda. Victoria 'OS 

Political Science 
[Linden, NJ] 

Mitchell. Angela '08 

BioTechnology 
[Corning. NY] 

Mitchell, Lucas '10 

Business Administration 
[Lititz, PA) 

Mltsch. Justin '08 

Chemistry 
[North Hills, PA] 

Moatz. Rachel '09 

International Business - Marketing 
[West Lawn, PA] 

Mock. Linda '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Palmyra, PA] 

Modge. Julie '11 

Elementary Education 
[Glenolden. PA] 

Mogle, Ashley '11 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Leola. PA] 

Moll. Amber '08 

/ntemational Business - Accounting 
[Reading. PA] 

Moll. Daniel *09 

Business Administrotion Management 
[Doylestown, PA] 

Momenzadeh, Katherln '10 

English Education 
[Nuangola. PA] 

Momenzadeh, Megan '10 

Mofhematics ■ Education 
[Nuangola, PA] 

Monahan. Megan 'OS 

Elementary Ed - Early Childhood 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Monismlth, Emma '10 

Music Therapy 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Montague, Jennifer '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Newark, DE] 

Montano. Alicia '11 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Leola. PA] 

Montemurro. Jeffrey '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Montforl, Megan '11 

Modem Languages - Japanese 



Moody, Hannah 'OS 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Lewisberry, PA] 

Moon, Amelia *11 

L/ndccidcd/t/ndedared 
[Mequon. Wl\ 

Moore, Jennifer '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Steelton. PA] 

Moore, Julie '10 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Baltimore. MD] 

Moore. Shannon '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Gettysburg, PA] 

Morales. Secundino ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Morgan, Amanda *09 

Actuarial Science 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Morgan. Rebecca '11 

Fine Arts 
[Salisbury. MD] 

Morgan, Robyn '09 

Business Administration - Management 
[Medford. NJ] 

Morgan. Samantha '11 

SociaJ Studies Education 
[Macungie, PA] 

Morgan. Wesley '08 

Mathematics 
[Pipcrsvillc. PA] 

Morgret. Jesse '09 

Socio/ Work 

[New Enterprise. PA] 

Morln. Meaghan '08 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Belleville. NJ] 

Morrisette. Amanda '09 

Crirnina! Justice 

Morrison, Coty '11 

Physics 
[Bamesville, -PA] 

Mortensen, Samantha '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Hairless Hills. PA] 

Mortimer, Amy '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Woodbury. NJ] 

Mosley. William '09 

Accounting (CCEi 
[Steelton, PA] 

Moss, Michael '09 

English - Professional Writing 
[Media, PA] 

Mount. Robert 'OS 

History 

[Pine Brook, NJ] 

Mowery, Abby '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Lewislown. PA] 

Mowery, Cheryl '10 

Business Administration iCCE} 
[Enola. PA] 

Mowery, Dennis '10 
Business Administration (CCEJ 
[Jonestown. PA] 

Moyer, Courtney *09 

Psychology 
[Halifax, PA] 

Moyer, Laura '09 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Milton. PA] 

Mu. BIngye 10 

International Business ■ Marketing 
[Doylestown, PA] 

Muhammad. Lavelle '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Mulholland, Lyndsey '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Behavior Management 
[Boiling Springs. PA] 

Mull, Alicia -09 

Health & Occupation 
[Morristown, NJ] 



Mullen, Jeffery 09 

Business Administration Management 

Mullins, Shaun 08 

Psychology 
[Milford, PA] 

Mummau, Brian '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Munnelly. James '09 

Political Science 
[Doylestown, PA] 

Murphy, Mallory '11 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Pottsyille, PA] 

Murphy. Terra '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Ashland. PA] 

Murray, Rebecca '09 

Psychology 
p/ardley, PA] 

Musser. Michelle 'OS 

Business Administration - Management 
[Harrison City, PA] 

Musser. Natalie '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Hagerstown, MD] 

Musyt. Stephanie '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Annapolis, MD] 

Muthard, Kailly '08 

Socio/ Work 
[Germansville, PA] 

Myers, Jasmine '08 

BioTechno/ogv 
[Danville. PA] 

Myers, Matthew '11 

Bioche mis try 
[Pennsburg, PA] 

Myers. Michael ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Mylett, Brett '11 

Business Administration 
[Collegeville, PA] 



Nace. Jeremiah '08 

Computer Science - Info Syst (CCE) 
[Dillsburg, PA] 

Nace. Kevin 'OS 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Napoll, Anthony '09 

Business ,4dministrotion - Finance 
[York, PA] 

Natlvidad. Monica 11 

Business Administration 

Nebbla, Morgan '11 

History 
[Allentown, NJ] 

Neely. Amanda '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Pittsburgh, PA] 

Neely. Nathan 10 

Biology 
[York, PA] 

Neff, Justin '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Mountville. PA] 

Nelson, Hilary '09 

Communications - Moss Communications 
[Ligonier, PA] 

Nelson. Michael '10 

Biology 
pk'oorhees. NJ] 

Nelson. Seth '11 

Social Studies Education 
(Marietta. PA] 

Nelson. Stephanie '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Elizabethtowh, PA) 

Ness, Teffanle '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York. PA] 



ONE SEJ/^f^Y ONE 



Nester, Bonnie '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[New Kingstown, PA] 

Neugebauer, Kayne '11 

Music Education 
[Matamoras. PA] 

Nevlll. Carly '09 

Elementary Education 
[Coopcrsburg, PA] 

Nevlll, Terrence '11 

Com munications 
[Coopersburg, PA] 

Neville, Mlkael '09 

Business Administration ■ Marfceling 

Newhart, Hillary '08 

History 
[Hummelstown, PA] 

Newton, Ellse '11 

Fine Arts 

Newton-Gaines. Duncan '08 

Religious Studies - Asian Religions 
[Er^-ing, MA] 

Nguyen, Anh '09 

/nternationaf Business ■ Accounting 
[New York. NY] 




Nicholas, George '08 

Actuarial Science 
[Marietta. PA] 

Nlederhaus, August *08 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[Souderton, PA] 

Nikolaus. Kathy-Jean ND 

Business Adminislralron (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Noll, Kevin '08 

Fine Arts 
[Fleetwood. PA] 

Noon. Brenna '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Wyomissing, PA] 

Norman. Sara '10 

History 
[Narvon. PA] 

Norrls, Ashley '08 

Ffemenlory Ed - Special Education 
[Stewartstown. PA] 

Northrop, Peter '11 

Biologi/ 
[Hatfield. PA] 

Northway, Molly '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Cumberland, ME] 

Nott, Denlse '10 

Ffementory Education 
[Manchester, MD] 

Noury, Christine '11 

English - Professional IVriting 

Nowotarskl, Andrew '09 

Computer Science 

Nugent, Charles '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Nygren. Llnnea '10 

Elementary Education 
(New Hartford, CT] 

Nyman. Lisa '11 

Psychology; 

[South Glastonbury. CT] 



Oberholtzer, Tracy '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Oberly, Matthew '11 

Social Studies Education 
(Stevens. PA] 

O'Brien. Kelly 10 

Health & Occupation 
(West Chester. PA] 



O'Brien. Krlsten '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Westminster, MD] 

Ocker. Rose 10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

O'Conneil, Michael'll 

Communjcotions 
(Berwyn, PA] 

O'Connor, Catherine '09 

Sio/ogy - Allied Health 
[Newtown, CT] 

O'Donnell, Lauren '08 

Political Science 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

O'Dowd, Spencer '11 

Theatre 
[Methuen. MA] 

Ogden. Jessica GR 

Occupational Therapi^ 
[York, PA] 

O'Hara, Jan OS 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

O'Hara. Katelyn '09 

Socio/ IVork 
" (Philadelphia, PA] 

Ohrum, Tristan '11 

Political Science 
[Carlisle. PA] 

Oliver. Jason '11 

[Elizabethtown. PA) 

Olsavlck. Katelynn 10 

Music Education 
[HoUidaysburg, PA] 

Olson, Melissa '11 

Political Science 
(Monroe, CT] 

Oltmans. Tara '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Elizabethtown. PA] 

O'Neill. Ashley 10 

Elementary Education 
(Conshohocken, PA] 

O'Neill, Craig -10 

Psvchologv 
(Roslyn. PA] 

O'Neill. Gabrlelle 09 

Social Work 
(St Davids, PA] 

O'Neill. Maurice -11 

English - Professional Writing 
(Elkins Park. PA] 

Ontiveros. Leigh '10 

Music Therapyi 

Opdyke. Nichole '10 

Elementan^ Ed - Behavior Management 
(Frenchtown, NJ] 

Opperman. Brltt '09 

Pss/chologv 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Orensteln. Allison '08 

Fiementary Ed ■ Earlt^ Childhood 
[Camp Hill. PA) 

Orhelein. Megan '08 

EJementary Ed - £ar/y Childhood 
[Ocean View. DE] 

Orndorf , Karen '09 

Elementary Ed - Earli/ Childhood 
[North East, MD] 

Orr. William '09 

Information Systems 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Ortiz, Debbie '10 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Ortiz. Rosa '09 

Socio/ Work 
[Lititz. PA] 

Osborn, Brian '11 

Business Administration 
[Sayre, PA] 

Oswald, Christopher 11 

Biologi^ - Allied Health 
(Philadelphia, PA] 



Ott. Lauren '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Ott, Pearl '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[York Haven, PA] 

Ottey. Megan '08 

£/emen(ary £d - Special Education 
[Plymouth Meeting, PA] 

Ouellette. Megan '11 

History 
[Jamestown, Rl] 

Ozkanca. Kemal ND 

[Hershey, PA] 



Pacella, David '11 

Business Administration 
[Sinking Spring, PA] 

Padlllone. Stacy '11 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Holtwood. PA] 

Pagano. Alexandra '09 

Chemistry 
[Cherry Hill, NJ] 

Pagano. Elizabeth '11 

Actuarial Science 
[Cherry Hill, NJ] 

Pagut, Thomas '11 

Engineering 
[Freehold, NJ) 

Painter, James 08 

Computer Engineering 
[Mohrsville. PA] 

Palma, Laura '08 

Efemenlary Ed - £ar/y Childhood 
[Hopatcong. NJ] 

Palmer, Amanda '10 

Modern Languages Spanish 
[Nazareth, PA] 

Palmer, Kristin 08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Dover. PA] 

Paimlerl, Jeanna '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Point Pleasant, NJ] 

Pandl. Maxwell '10 

Business Administrotion - Marlceting 
[Emmaus, PA] 

Pandomno. Jessica '09 

Soc iology- Anthropology 
[York. PA] 

Pangrazl, Michael '11 

Mat/jematics 
[Fleetwood, PAj 

Panish, Robert 10 

Chemistry 
[Norristown. PA] 

Pankowlcz. Francis '11 

BioTechnofogy 
[Oxford. PA] 




Paporello. Krlsten 09 

Elementari^ Ed - Special Education 
[Newton, NJ] 

Parady, Brielle'U 

Mot/iemat/cs ■ Applied Mathematics 
[Hamilton, NJ] 

Paranto, Alyssa *11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
(Thorofare. NJ] 



Parker. Kathryn '10 

/nternationa/ Business 
[Gibsonia, PAJ 

Parkes, Jessica 09 

Health & Occupation 
(Macungie. PA] 

Parllman, Adam '08 

Socio/ogy- Anthropology 
[Vineland. NJ] 

Parman, Kaylyn '09 

Elementary/ Ed - Special Education 
[Abbottstown, PA] 

Parr. Ellen 10 

Biologic • Allied Health 
[Columbia. MD] 

Partilla. Kateleln '08 

I Music Education 
[Phoenix, MD] 

Patel. Bhavin '08 

Computer Engineering 
[India] 

Patrick. Michael 10 

Computer Engineering 
[King Of Prussia, PA] 

Patrick, Sheila '09 

Business Administration - Bus Info Syst 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Patterson, Alexandria '11 

Communications 
(Macungie. PA] 

Patterson, Stephanie '11 

Actuarial Science 
[Elkins Park. PA] 

PattI, Elizabeth '09 

Biologv ■ Allied Health 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Patton. Brittany 10 

£/ementary Education 

Paulshock, Brittany '10 

Communications Corporate Com 
(Forest Hill, MD] 

Payne, Melxian '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Pearson, Vanessa '08 

History 
(Murrysville, PA] 

Pecht, Lindsay 09 

Mathematics 
(Milroy, PA] 

Pelfer. Eric '08 

Fine Arts 
(Landisville. PA] 

Peloquln, Justine '09 

Elementar\^ Education 
[Westminster, MD] 

Perkins, Lauren '11 

Psychology) 
[Jeffersonville, PA] 

Peropat, Jeremiah '11 

Engineering 
(Wellsboro, PA] 

Perry, Katherlne' 10 

Actuarial Science 
(Hockessin. DE] 

Perry, Megan '08 

Psychology 
[Wilmington. DE] 

Peters, Brittany '09 

English - Professional Wnling 
(Manheim, PA] 

Peters, Joan 'OS 

Business Administration (CCE) 

Peterson. Jennifer '09 

Psychology 
(Medford, NJ] 

Peterson. Steven '09 

Accounting 
[Lebanon, PA} 

Petrosky, Steven '08 

Blologi> ■ Premedicine 
[Manheim, PA] 

Pettersson, Caroline '09 

/nternationa! Business 
(East Windsor. NJ] 



Pflugh. Erin '09 

Psychology 
[Sewicklcy. PA] 

Phillips, Brittany 11 

Com munications 
(Hampstead, MD] 

Phillips. Samantha '11 

English Professional Writing 
[Mount Laurel. NJ] 

PlaskowskI, Brenda '11 

Health & Occupation 

Pierce. Anna '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Pierce. Jeffrey ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Pierce, Kelly '10 

Elementary Education 
[Wernersuitle. PA] 

Pierce, Leslie '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Pierce, Terry '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Piersol. Allison '11 

Business Administration 
[Elverson. PA] 

Piersol, Brian '08 

Business Administration - Management 
[Elverson. PA] 

Pillchowskl, Stephanie '08 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Wilmington, DE] 

Pinckney. Caitlln '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 

Pinckney. Megan '11 

Business Administration 
(Sharon, CT] 

Pinto, Michael'll 

English Education 

Plzzuto, Jacqueline '10 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
(Biglerville. PA] 

Plantz, Austin '11 

Mathemofics ■ Education 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Flasket. Michael'll 

English Professional Writing 
[Womelsdorf. PA] 

Fletcher. Charles '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[New Providence, PA] 

Plunkett, Samantha '11 

Actuarial Science 
(Stewartstown, PA] 

Podjed, Nicole '08 

Biology ■ Allied Health 
(Lebanon, PA] 

Foletto, Alexander '08 

Business Administration • Management 
(West Chester, PA] 

Pollock, Lauretta '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Lewisberry. PA] 

Pond, Wade '08 

Religious Studies - Ministry Studies 
(Lancaster, PA] 

Fonzio, Mary '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Sewcll. NJ] 

Poplar, Brlghld '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Porcelll. Caitlln '10 

Business Administrotion 
[Milltown, NJ] 

Portalatln. Madeline ND 

[Lancaster. PA] 

Post, Sabina 08 

International Business ■ Marketing 
[Pittsford. NY] 

Potter, Joanne '11 

Elementary Education 



ONE seJ^^y two 



Powell. Dean '09 

Accounting (CCEI 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Powell, Stephen '11 

Accounting 
[WhUchall, PA] 

Power, Laura *08 

Accounting ICCE} 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Prager, Maxwell '11 

Business Administration ■ Entrprnship 
[Mount Laurel, NJ] 

Prekopa. Stephanie '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Preston. Melissa '10 

Elementar]; Education 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Pretti, Amanda '11 

£/emenlary Education 
[Everett, MA] 

Price, Samantha '10 

Health & Occupation 




Pritchard. Meredith '09 

Communications 
[Kennett Square. PA] 

Provence, Daniel '10 

£'. r'$h Education 
[Br..->khaven, PA] 

Prowell. Ashley '11 

/ntfrnotiona/ Business 
[Mnunt Wolf. PA] 

Pryor. Erin '08 

EiK^itsh - Professional Writing 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Psitos. Kristina '10 

Elementary/ Ed - Special Education 
[Wallingford, PA] 

Pucllowskl. Marisha '09 

Business Administration - Management 
[Mullica Hi!!, NJ] 

Pugliese. Louisa ND 

[Elizabeth town, PA] 

Pugliese, Luciano ND 

[ElL;abethtown, PA] 



Quarant. Megan '11 

I Elementary Education 
■ {North Babylon. NY] 

Quattlander. Clifford '08 

Hision,' 
[Eldersburg. MD] 

Quick, Edward '10 

Un decided/ Undeclared 

Qulgley. Brett '10 

Business Adminfslrotion 
THamsburg, PA] 

Qulgley. Laura '09 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
Yardley, PA] 

Quimby. Anna '09 

3to/ogv - Allied Health 
Mount Laurel, NJ] 

I Quinn. Edward '09 

' 3usiness Adminislrolion - Marketing 
1 Hanover, PA] 

^inn. Megan 09 

:/emenIary Education 
Millcrsvilie. PA] 

juinque, Geoffrey *11 

Jiochem rsfr^' 
Green Lane. PA] 

juisgard, Samantha '10 

Communications 
Baltimore. MD] 



Rahtes. Allison 09 

Biology • Premedicine 
[Coopcrsburg, PA] 

Rajakaruna, Suren '09 

BioTechnology 
[Ratmalana, Sri Lanka] 

Ramage, Megan '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Hockessm, DE] 

Ramos, Christopher '11 

Computer Engineering 
[Lake Hiawatha, NJ] 

Ramos, TaLisa '11 

Undecided. Undeclared 
[Reading. PA] 

Ramos Cevallos. Daniel ND 

(Quito, Ecuador] 

Ramsden-Herr, Kelly 09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Conesloga. PA] 

Ranck. Tyler '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Cogan Station, PA] 

Ranlerl. Ashley '10 

Busine-ss Administration 
[Glenmoore. PA] 

Rapp, Maurice '09 

Political Science 
langor, PA] 



Rapp, Samanta '10 

Business Administration 
[Gilbertsville, PA] 

Rash. Carolyn '08 

Elementary Education 
[Seaville. NJ] 

Rasmussen. Kate '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Princeton, NJ] 

Raveling. Brian 'OS 

Business Administrolion - Finance 
[Voorhees. NJ] 

Ray, Nlchelle '08 

Btjsiness Administration (CCE) 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Reardon. Allie 09 

Elementary Education 
[Landisvilte. PA] 

Reddlnger, SherrI 10 

Social IVorfc 
[Hummelstown, PA] 

Reddon. Timothy '09 

Business Administration ■ Management 
[Downingtown. PA] 

I Reed, Caltlin '10 

Business Administration 
[Ephrala, PA] 

Reed. Ty '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Gratz. PA] 

Reese, Adam '11 

Mathematics - Education 
[Glenolden. PA] 

Reeve. Lyndsey '09 

Business Administration • Entrprnship 
fTumersville. NJ] 

Regan, Klmberly 08 

Elementary Education 
[Cresskill, NJ] 

Regensburg, Christopher '09 

Business Administration - Morfceling 
[Marlton. NJ] 

Reich. Catherine '08 

Psychology 
[Grasonvillc. MD] 

Reichert, Christopher 'U 

Elementarj,' Education 
[Cheslet Springs, PA] 

Reid, Amanda '08 

Socio/ Studies Education 
[Nazareth. PA] 

Relnmiller, Thomas '09 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Cranberry Township, PA) 



Reis, Logan '11 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Burnham, PA] 

Relslnger, Donald '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Reitz, Diana '09 

Mothematics Education 
[Sinking Spring, PA] 

Rella, Megan 08 

Health & Occupation 
[Mount Laurel. NJ] 

ReppuccI, Charles '11 

Music Education 
[Augusta. ME] 

Reside. Janet '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Ringoes, NJ] 

Rettura. Joseph '09 

Business Administration - Management 
[Armbrust, PA] 

Reyher, Chelsea '11 

Communications 
[Malvern. PA] 

Reynard, Stephanie '11 

Psychology 
[Clear Spring. MD] 

Reynolds, Adam '10 

Elementary Education 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Reynolds. Erin '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
PHarrisburg. PA] 

Rhoadarmer, Scott '08 

Business Administration ■ Bus. Info Syst 
[Sanatoga, PA] 

Rhoads. Alex '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Shocmakersvillc, PA] 

Rhoads, Eric '10 

Mathematics - Education 
[Manheim, PA] 

Rhoads. Heather '11 

Business Administration 

Rhoads, Rachel '10 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Carlisle. PA] 

Rhoads, Thomas '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Downingtown, PA) 

Rhodes. Frank ND 

[Manheim. PA] 

Rhodes. Valerie '08 

Music 
[Altoona. PA] 

Rice. Michael '10 

International Business 
[Elizabethlown. PA] 

Rice. Tameka '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Rich. Sarah '09 

Theatre 

[Mountain Lakes. NJ] 

Richard, Joanna '10 

Mathematics - Education 
[Boyertown. PA] 

Richards. Janet '09 

Biology 

[Prospect Park, PA] 

Richardson, Christopher *09 

Information Systems (CCEI 
(Carlisle, PA] 

Richardson, Emma '08 

English - Professional tVriting 
[Berkley. MI] 

Richmond. Leann '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

RIcker. Abble '11 

Music 
[Carlisle, PA] 

RIcker. Mellna '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Carlisle. PA] 



Rlcketts, Janna '08 

Busine-ss Administration - Acctg (CCE) 
[Miliersville, PA] 

Ridge, Jordan '11 

International Business 
[Downingtown. PA] 

Riley. Jenna '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Reading. PA] 

Riley, Jessica '08 

Business Administration - Marveling 
[Spring Grove, PA] 

Riley. Lauren '11 

Accounting 
[Sanatoga. PA] 

Riley. Lindsay '10 

Communications 

Ring. Ann-Jeanette 'OS 

Communications Marketing 
(Nev^eld. NJ] 

Rlsacher. Caroline ND 

[Strasbourg, France] 

RIsley, Alicia '09 

Modern Languages • Japanese 

Rltchey. Amanda '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
[Greencastle. PA] 

Rltchey. Brendan '11 

Actuarial Science 
[Roaring Spring, PA] 

Rltchey. Laura '08 

information Systems (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Ritchey, Russell '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Camp Hill. PA] 

Rltter. Karensa '09 

Business Administrolion (CCE) 
[Elizabethlown, PA] 

Rixham, Craig '10 

Information Systems 
[Bel Air. MD] 

Rlz2ardi. Anthony '08 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Shenandoah, PA] 

Roback, Jeffrey 09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Middletown. PA] 

Roberts, Jessica '11 

Social Work 

Roberts. Jlllian '09 

Business Administration 
[Barncsville. PA] 

Roberts, Kristin '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[York, PA] 

Roberts, Megan '08 

Theatre 
[Borden town. NJ] 

Robertson. Ashleigh '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Spring Grove, PA] 




Robertson, Heather '11 

Social Work 
[Chatham, NJ] 

Robinson, Monica '11 

English ■ Professional IVriting 
[York, PA] 

Robinson, Philip 10 

Engineering 
[Downingtown. PA] 

Roda, Christopher '08 

Communications - Marketing 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Rodeheaver, Jade '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Hatfield. PA] 



Roderick. Katelyn 11 

Undecided Undeclared 
[Lititz, PA] 

Rodgers, Bryce '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Waynesboro, PA] 

Rodgers. Diane '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Newvillc, PA) 

Rodgers. Melissa '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Early ChildhocxI 
[Hamsburg. PA] 

Roesler, Kaltlyn 11 

Music Therapy 
[Groton, CT] 

Rogers, Amanda '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Dover. PA] 

Rohland, Rachel '09 

Communications ■ Public Relations 
[Cleona. PA] 

Rohrer, Jameson *09 

English - Literature 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Rolph. Mellnda '10 

Communications 
(Columbia, NJ] 

Romanlk, Cara '10 

Social Work 
[Honesdale, PA] 

Romano, Megan *09 

Mathematics - Education 
[Jenkintown. PA] 

Romero, Anthony '11 

Business Administration 
[Orlando, FL] 

Rose, Rebecca '11 

Elementary Education 
[Fort Washington. PA] 

Rosen, Christine 09 

Health & Occupation 
[Pennsauken. NJ] 

Rosenau. Jared '09 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Ambler. PA] 

Rossell. Brian 08 

Economics 
[Bristol. PA] 

Rossi, Lauren '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Aston. PA] 

Roth. Susan '08 

Religious Studies - Biblical Studies 
[Pittsburgh, PA] 

Roush. Rebecca '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Roussel. Stephen '10 

Business Administration 
[Reading, PA) 

Rowland, Shane '09 

Business Administration 
[Douglassvllle, PA] 

Royer. Mary '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Royer. Sharon '08 

Accounting (CCEI 
[Hamsburg, PA] 

Ruby, Michael '09 

Elementary Education 
[Bethel Park. PA] 

Rudlslll, Glnnle '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Red Lion, PA] 

Rudy. David '10 

Busmess Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Ruhnke. Steven '09 

Criminal Justice 
[Tinton Falls, NJ] 

Rulander. Dylan '09 

Economics 
[Russell, PA) 

Ruoff. Melissa '11 

Business Administration 
[Washington Crossing. PAJ 



ONE SEV^^"^ THREE 



Russell. Caltlin 10 

Internationa! Business 

Russell. Jessica '10 

Business Administration 
[Kcnnett Square. PA] 

Russo, Jenna '09 

Sociolog\)-Ar\th ropologi/ 
[Florham Park. NJ] 

Ruzzo. Jessica '08 

Elenientary Ed - Special Education 
[Swarthmore, PA] 

Ruzzo, Michael 10 

Accounting 
[Swarthmore, PA] 

Ryan, Dorothy '11 

Social Studies Education 
[Blue Bell. PA] 

Rychalsky, Audrey '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Ryder, Meghan '08 

Elementary/ Ed - Special Education 
[Hatboro. PA] 



Sabota, Margaret '10 

Music Education 
[Bndgetofi, NJ] 

Sahd, Alexander '08 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Lititz. PA] 

Sakellarls. Mary ND 

(Lancaster, PA] 

Salamaca, Sophia '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Salansky, Eric '08 

/nfernalional Business ■ Finance 
[Union Dale. PA] 

Salazar. Megan '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Willow Grove, PA] 




Salisbury, Hope '11 

Communications 
[Mill Hail. PA] 

Salkowskl, Alyssa '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Glassboro, NJ] 

Sallade, Katie '11 

Hislorv 
[Harrlsburg, PA] 

Samolewicz, Jocelyn '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Reading, PA] 

Sanabria, Gabriella '11 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 
[East Hampton. NY] 

Sanchez, Pamela '09 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Pequea, PA] 

Sanders, Emily '09 

Music 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Sandhaus, Sara '09 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Sandlfer. Klmberly '08 

Music Education 
[New Market, MD] 

Sangrey, Allsha '10 

Accounting 
[Columbia, PA] 

Santee, Katelyn '11 

Music Therapy 
[Whitehall. PA] 



Santoro, Joseph '08 

/nternationol Business ■ Marketing 
[West Chester. PA] 

Sargent, Megan '09 

Communications - Corporate Com 
[Palmerton. PA] 

Sarneso, Anna '08 

English - Literature 
[Greensburg, PA] 

Sarver. Danielle 09 

Elementori^ Education 
[Levittown, PA] 

Sander. Abby 08 

Health & Occupation 
[Manheim, PA] 

Saul, Michele '08 

Biology; 
[Warminster, PA] 

Saunders, Shaklr *11 

Business Administration 
(Bethesda, MD] 

Savage, Lauren '11 

Communications 
[Harrlsburg, PA] 

I Savaliya. Sandlpkumar '10 

I BioTechnology 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Savoy, Katelyn '10 

Biologv 
[Putney. VT] 

Saylor, Benjamin '08 

£/ementary Education 
[Ephrata. PA) 

Saylor, Erin '09 

International Business 
[Ephrata. PA] 

Scalavino, Vanessa '08 

English - Literature 
[Shippensburg, PA] 

Scarlett, Amber '11 

Biology ■ Premedicme 
[Marion Heights, PA] 

Schaaf. Brian '11 

Business Administration 
" [West Chester, PA] 

Schade. Amy '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lykens. PA] 

Schaeffer, Keenan '10 

Elementarx; Education 
[York, PA] 

'i Schaffer, Danielle *09 

Social Work 
[Marmora. NJ] 

Schaffer, Joshua '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Schaffer, Philip 09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Marmora. NJ] 

Schatz, Ezra '09 

Theatre 
[Elliottsburg. PA) 

Schatzmann, Michael '08 

Accounting 
[Paradise, PA] 

Scheeler, Meghan '08 

Elemenlory EducoCion 
[Mahanoy City, PA] 

Schell. Christopher '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Red Lion. PA] 

Schemadovlts-Norris, Lillian '01 

Environmental Science 
[Kailua. HI] 

Scherer. Thomas '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Millersburg, PA] 



Schlckler. Colin '11 

Political Science 
(Chadds Ford, PA] 

Schlefer, Jennifer '10 

Biologic ■ Allied Health 
[Warrington. PA] 

Schtrmer, Jenna '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Harrlsburg, PA] 



Schlosser, Benjamin '08 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
(Ehzabethtown, PA] 

Schlosser, Samuel '10 

Religious Studies 
[Ellzabethtown. PA] 

Schmidt. Marc '10 

Accounting 
[Allentown, PA] 

Schmltt, Klara '10 

English - Professional Writing 
[Parkton. MD] 

Schnader, Heather '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[New Holland. PA] 

Schneider, Samantha '10 

Ps\;chology 
[Horsham, PA] 

Schock, Amanda '08 

Mathematics ■ Applied Mathematics 
[Red Lion, PA] 

Schoonmaker, Jennifer '10 

Biology/ 
[Chambersburg. PA] 

Schowe, Heather '11 

Political Science 
[Wilmington. DE] 

Schreffler, Sara '09 

Psychology 
[Lewisberry. PA] 

Schrelber, Eric '09 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Schroeder, Nicole '08 

Music 

[Sinking Spring, PA] 

Schroeder, Randy '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[New Freedom. PA) 

Schuberi, Caltlin '09 

/nternotionQl Business ■ Marketing 

Schuch, Christopher '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Columbia. PA] 

Schultz, Stephany '09 

Mathematics ■ Applied Mathematics 

Schuman, Anne '09 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Holtwood. PA] 

Schutz. Ryan 08 

Accounting 
[Pottstown. PA] 

Schwanger, Cindy '11 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Duncannon. PA] 

Schware, Kelsey '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Ncwmanslown, PA] 

Schwetz. Jonathan '10 

Engineering 
[New Holland. PA] 

Scott, Caroline '10 

JntemalionaJ Business 
[Scottsdale. AZ] 

Scott, Catharine '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Columbia, PA] 

Scott, Erin '10 

Business Administration 
[West Chester. PA] 

Scott, Jaclyn '09 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Castleton on Hudson, NY] 

Scott, Jennifer '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Highspire. PA] 

Sebastian. Kelll 08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Camp Hill. PA] 

Secrist, William '08 

English Education 
[Lincoln University, PA] 

Sedlak, Amanda '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Flemington. NJ] 



See, Richard '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Seldner. Elliot '10 

English - Literature 
[Walllngford. CT] 

Selleck, Lauren '11 

Business Administralron 
[Sewickley, PA] 

Semanek. Thomas '09 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
[Swoyersviile. PAj 

SementelU, Sara '10 

Socio/ Studies Education 
[Newport. PA] 

Senese, Christopher '10 

Business Administration 
[Leonardtown, MD] 

Senese, Gary '08 

Accounting 
[Leonardtown, MD] 

Senkler, Daniel' 11 

Business Administration ■ Finance 
(Orlando. FL] 

Sensenig. Stephanie '10 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[New Holland, PA] 

Serlno, Stephen '10 

Business Admin istraf ion - Economics 
(Easton, PA] 

Serplco, Christy '09 

Sociology- Anthropology 

Service, Paige '11 

Biology 
[Mount Joy, PA] 

Sestito. Annette '10 

Sociology- Anth ropology 
[Thorofare. NJ] 

Sether. Lisa '09 

Biology 

[Garden City. NY] 

Setlock. Megan '10 

Health & Occupation 
(Indiana. PA] 

Seward, Billle-Jo '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Fredericksburg, PA] 

Shaak. Amanda '09 

Communications ■ Marketing 
[Cleona. PA] 

Shadle, Jason '10 

Information Systems (CCE) 
(Lancaster, PA] 

Shank. Barbara '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Ehzabethtown , PA] 

Shank, Vincent 08 

Criminal Justice 
(Hershey. PA] 

Shappell. Jennifer '08 

Health & Occupation 
Panvilie. PA] 

Sharp. Deron '10 

History 
(Millville. NJ] 

Shedlock, Jacqueline '08 

Health & Occupation 
(Northampton, PA] 

Shelbley, Adam 09 

Criminal Justice 
[Landisburg. PA] 

Shenk, Leah '10 

International Business 
(New Park, PA] 

Sheppard. Christina '10 

Elementary Education 
[Millville, NJ] 

Sheridan, Laura '08 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Garden City. NY] 

Sheridan. Matthew '09 

Political Science 

Sherman, Jason '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 



Shlmada, Kazuko ND 

(Tokyo. Japan] 

Shoff. Donna '11 

Monagemenl (CCE) 
[Conestoga. PA] 

Shoff. Roland 09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Wrightsville, PA] 

Shovlln, Lauren '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Sunbury. PA] 

Shughart, Nathan '11 

Musrc Educolion 
(Barnesville. PA] 




Shughart, Shannon '08 

Music Education 
[Barnesville. PA] 

Shuleskl. Steven '10 

Mathematics - Education 
[Boiling Springs, PA) 

Shumaker, Karln '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Carlisle, PA] 

Shuman, Dawn '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
(Harrisburg, PA] 

Shumway. Kayla '10 

Psychology 
[Franklin, MA] 

Sibley, Samantha '11 

hternational Business 
[Kimberton. PA] 

Slegel, Nicole '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
(Lancaster, PA] 

Siegrlst, Barbara '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
(Columbia. PA] 

Simmons, Dana '09 

International Business 
(Flourtown, PA] 

Simpson, Tiffany '11 

Music Education 
(Belcamp. MD] 

Sinclair, Andrew '10 

Business Administration 
(Bensalcm, PA] 

Sinclair. Shannon '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
(Philadelphia. PA] 

Singer, Leah 08 

International Business - Marketing 
(Shiremanstown, PA] 

Skeehan, Karen '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
(Hummelstown. PA] 

Sloan. Mark 08 

Accounting 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Slothower, Tiffany '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Slusser, Jonathan '08 

Biology ■ Allied Health 
[Macungie, PA] 

Sluzls, Maryann '09 

Social Work 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Sroedman, Kevin '10 

Social Work 

[Fort Montgomery, NY] 

Smit, Megan OR 

Occupational Therapy 
(New Egypt. NJ] 

Smith, Amanda '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy. PA] 



ONE SE^^^Y FOUR 



Smith, Amy '10 

Internalional Business 
[Miller Place, NY] 

Smith, Andrew '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York Springs, PA) 

Smith, Berlin '10 

Social IV'ori; 
[Marietta. PA] 

Smith, Brad '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Columbia, PA] 

Smith. Brandon '08 

Hislorv 
[Winfield. PA] 

Smith. Caltlln '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
[Haddonfield. NJ] 

Smith. Chelsea 10 

Psychology 
[Sunbury. PA] 

Smith, Denise '08 

Accounfing (CCE) 
[Dailastown, PA] 

Smith. Emily GR 

Occupational Therapv 
[Phoenix, MD] 

Smith, Emma '08 

Elementary Education 
[Moorcstown. NJ] 

Smith. Eric '10 

CofTTOrate Communication (CCE) 
[Philadelphia. PA] 

Smith. Erin '08 

EJementory Ed - Behavior Management 
[Millville. NJ] 

Smith. Jamie '09 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Wcnonah. NJ] 

Smith. Jason 09 

Business Adminislraljon (CCE) 
[Middletown. PA] 

Smith. Jullanne '08 

Elementojy Ed - Special Education 
[Windsor Locks, CT) 




Smith, Kevin 10 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 
pillsburg. PA] 

Smith. Kortni '11 

Elementary Education 
[Hanover, PA] 

Smith. Kurt '09 

Social Studies Education 
[York. PA] 

Smith. Lorl '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Etters, PA] 

iSmlth. Nathan '11 

Sociology- Anthropology 
[Wrightsville. PA] 

Smith, Perry '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Smith. Ritchie '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
Ephrala. PA] 

■ Smith, Robert '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
"Windsor, PA] 

smith, Sarah '11 

. 3usiness Administration 
I EHort. PA] 

snavely, Mellnda '09 

zngllsh Education 
Manhelm. PA] 

)nelJ. Kristin '11 

ilology 
Coopersburg. PA] 



Snodgrass, Bobbl 09 

Accounting (CCE) 
(Fredericksburg, PA] 

Snow, Gregory '09 

Communications 

Snyder. Christine '08 

Elementary Ed • Special Education 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Snyder, Deborah '11 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Snyder. Jessica '09 

Business Administration Management 
[Shermans Dale, PA] 

Snyder. Jllllan 10 

Health & Occupation 
[Northumberland, PA] 

Snyder, John '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Lewisberry, PA] 

Snyder. Kady '08 

Socio/ Studies Education 
[Robesonia, PA] 

Snyder, Hal tlyn '11 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Catawissa, PA] 

Snyder, Karyn '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
[Poolesvillc. MD] 

Snyder, Kayla '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Socha. Kerri '08 

Social Work 
(Londonderry, NH] 

Soders, Ellsabetta DP 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Etizabethtown. PA] 

Sodomin, Elizabeth '11 

BioTechnology 
(Telford, PA] 

Sollmlne. Cara '08 

English - Professional Writing 
(Jessup. PA] 

Soltls. Ashley '10 

Ph|,'sics 

Sowers, Christine '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
(Blue Bell, PA] 

Spadin. Gavin '11 

Physics 
[Poolesville, MD] 

Spano. Maria *10 

Computer Science 
(Ruffs Dale, PA) 

Spelcher, Kerl '10 

Psychology 

[North Bcllmorc. NY] 

Spelfogel. David '11 

Political Philosophy & Legal Studies 
[Needham, MA] 

Spetgang. David '10 

Business Administration - Finance 
Poylestown, PA] 

Spetgang. Sarah GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Doylestown. PA] 

Splece. Heidi '08 

Social Work 
[Palmyra, PA] 

Spiller. Rebekka'll 

Communicotions 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Spitzer, Leighanne *10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Falls Village, CT] 

Sproule. Andrew '08 

International Business - Marketing 
[Hatfield, PA] 

Spullo. Shaleen '09 

Miemotiono/ Business - Accounting 
[Holmes, PA] 

St. Clair, Ryan 08 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Chambersburg, PA] 



Staab, Kellle'lO 

Health & Occupation 
(Marble, PA] 

Stafford, Katie '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Stahl, Kathryn '09 

Elementary Ed - Early Childhood 

Stamatopoulos. Kimberly '09 

Psychofogv 
[Hazlelon, PA] 

Stamatopoulos. Stefanie '08 

Accounfing 
[Hazlcton. PA] 

Stango. Almee '11 

Undecided,. Undeclared 
[Westminster. MA] 

Stanley, Alllsen '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Bear. DE] 

Stanton, Randalynn '08 

English - Literature 
[Trucksville, PA] 

Stanzlone, Emily '09 

Social Work 

Stauffer, Adam '10 

History 
[Manhelm. PA] 

Staulters. Keith '10 

Communications ■ Mass Communications 
(Ballston Spa, NY] 

Steele. Joshua '08 

Information Systems (CCE) 
(Brownslown. PA] 

Steese. Bethanle GR 

Occupoliona/ Therapy 
(Watsontown, PA] 

Stefanldes. Nicholas '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Easton, PA] 

Steffy. Elizabeth 10 

Elementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
[Millington, MD] 

Stehly. Katie '08 

Social Studies Education 
(Bethlehem. PA] 

Stehr, Jarret '09 

Elementary Education 
[York, PA] 

Stein. Matthew '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
(Lawrenceville, NJ] 

Stelner. Michael '10 

Business Administration - Management 
[Grcensburg. PA] 

Stelnsberger. Julia '11 

Music Therapy 
[Waldorf. MD] 

Stence. Vanessa '08 

/nternaliono/ Business ■ Finance 
[MiUcrsburg, PA] 

Stepp, Jessica '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Duncannon. PA] 

Stepp, Timothy '10 

Computer Engineering 

Stern. Michael '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 




Stewart, Andrew '08 

Elementary Ed ■ Behavior Management 
[Carlisle. PA] 

Stewart, Tracy '08 

CrlminaJ Justice (CCE) 
(Lancaster, PA] 



Stokes. Graham 09 

Theatre 
(Exeter, RI] 

Stolar, Brandon '10 

International Business 
(Millville, NJ] 

Stone. Erin '11 

BioTechnoJogy 

Stone, Katharine '08 

Elementary Ed Early Childhood 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Stone. Stephanie '09 

English Education 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Stone. Temecia "09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Dauphin. PA] 

Story. Morla '08 

Psycfio/ogy 
[Rochester. NY] 

Stouffer. Laura ND 

[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Stovall, Savannah '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Effort. PA] 

Strauss. Shawn 'OS 

Accounting 
[Womelsdorf, PA] 

Strlckler, Jennifer '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Strobel, Sandra '08 

English - Professional Writing 
[Macungie, PA] 

Strohman. Megan '11 

[Lebanon, PA] 

Stromoskl. Maggie '11 

Modern Languages ■ Japanese 

Strulson. Christopher *09 

Biochemistry 
[Yardley. PA] 

Stryker, Gina GR 

Occupationa) Therapy 
[Turnersullle, NJ] 

Suarez, Diego ND 

[Quito, Ecuador] 

Subasic, MaJa'lO 

Sociology- Anthropology 
[New Holland, PA) 

Suchanlc, Todd '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[York, PA] 

Sullk. Stephanie '09 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Monroe, CT] 

Sullivan, Rachel'll 

Health & Occupation 
[Hoilidaysburg, PA] 

Sullivan. Rebekah '08 

Music Therapy 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Summerson. Doug '10 

Actuarial Science 
[York. PA] 

Surgeon. Elizabeth '08 

Mothemolics - Education 
(Hagerstown, MD] 

Sutton, Sarah '11 

Psychology 
[New Egypt, NJ] 

Swarr. Emily '10 

Elementary Education 
(Manheim. PA] 

Swarr. Jere '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Manheim. PA] 

Sweeney, Ashley '09 

Political Science 
(Moscow, PA] 

Sweeney, Michael '10 

English Education 
[Belcamp, MD] 

Sweger. Christina 'ID 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Harrisburg. PA] 



Swlgert, Kelly '11 

Psychology 

(Mount Holly Springs. PA] 



Taddonlo. Kristen 09 

Biology Education 
[Norristown, PA] 

Taglloll. Daniel ND 

[Lancaster. PA] 

Tallm. Priya '08 

Political Science 
[Boothwyn, PAj 

Tamny. Montana '11 

[Red Lion, PA] 

Tan. Arlana '08 

Enuironmental Science 
[Peru] 

Tanner, Paige '10 

Business Administration - Morlceting 
[Waynesboro, PA] 

Tannous, Matthew 'OS 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Tarache. Nancy '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Taraschl, Erin '08 

Communications - Public Relations 
[Medford. NJ] 

Tarr. Jennifer '09 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[Coatesville, PA] 

Tate, Kelly '09 

History 
[Somerdale, NJ] 

Taylor, Caltlln 11 

Undecided, 'Undec/ared 
(Parkesburg. PA] 

Taylor, Danielle '08 

Biology 
(Hcrshey. PA] 

Taylor, Gina '11 

Elementary Education 
[Wilkes Barre, PA] 

Teeter, Renee *09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Middletown, PA] 

Tekely, Bradley '08 

Business Administrolion (CCE) 
[Denver, PA] 

Teran. Nicole '09 

Elementary Education 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Terrazas. Patricio '09 

Engineering 3+2 
[La Paz, Bolivia] 

Terry. Michael '08 

Accounting 
[Beech Creek, PA] 

Thaler, Megan *10 

Music 

[Ellicott City, MD] 

Theal, Brenda '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Thcvenct. Rebecca '08 

Psychology 
[Saylorsburg. PA] 

Thim, Lauren '11 

Communications 
(Pottstown, PA] 

Thomas-Brumme. Melissa ND 

(Maytown. PA] 

Thompson, Alicia '08 

Social Work 

(Ocean Township, NJ] 

Thompson, Alyssa '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mlllerstown. PA] 

Thornton. Candlce '10 

Business Administration 
[Port Deposit. MD] 



ONE SE^^f'^'Y FIVE 



Thornton, Lauren '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Port Deposit. MD] 

Threatts, Natasha '09 

Theatre 

[Camden Wyoming, DE] 

Tian. Yuan '08 

Business Administration - Finance 
[Japan] 

Tlce. Jilllan '08 

Business Administration ■ Marketing 
[Quarryville, PA] 

Tileston, David '10 

Modern Languages ■ Jopanese 
[York, PA] 

Timney, Meghann '11 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
[Middletown, DE] 

Toby, Corey '11 

Social Work 
[Norwalk. CT] 

Toczylowski. Ashley '10 

Business Administration 
pupont. PA] 

Tokach, Jacqueline '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Toland, Benjamin ' 1 1 

E/emenlorv Education 
[Mount Carmel, PA] 

Tollaksen, Stephen '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Tolos, Sarah '11 

Biochemistry 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Tomlin, Heather '08 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Bethlehem, PA] 

Tompkins, Kerri '11 

Biolog]^ ■ Allied Health 
[Sewell, NJ] 

Tooley. Meghan '10 

Criminal Justice 
[Bedford Hills, NY] 

Tore, Noel '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Torre, Michael 10 

Biohgi/ 
[Medford, NJ] 

Torresanl, Matthew '10 

Social Studies Education 
[Horsham, PA] 

Toscano, Kristen '08 

Mathemalrc-s - Education 
[Ocean View, NJ] 

Toskey, Katherine '08 

Music Therapy 
[Gilbertsvllle, PA] 

Townsend, Sara '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 




Travers. Brooke '10 

Social Studies Education 

Trlner. Stephanie '09 

Biologu - Premedicine 
[Churchville, PA] 

Trone, Abbie '09 

Political Science 
[Aspers, PA] 

Trotter, Jacqueline '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Leola, PA] 

Troutman, Kent '08 

English Education 
[Jonestown, PA] 



Trovato. Dawn '08 

Business Administration - Acctg (CCE) 
[York, PA] 

Troxell. James '08 

Political Science 
[King of Prussia, PA] 

Trudeau, Joseph '10 

Environmental Science 
[Rutland, VT] 

Tsang, Met '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Tschop. Michael 10 

Music Therapy 
[Dingmans Ferry, PA] 

Tuck, Porter '11 

Business Administration 
[West Windsor, NJ] 

Tucker, Henry '11 

Biology 

[New Castle. DE] 

Tucker, Neena '09 

Psychofogy 

Tuggle, April '11 

[Taneytown, MD] 

Tumulty, Kattlin '08 

Elementary Education 
[Moorestown, NJ] 

Turner, Jameella '11 

Business Admin istrotion 
(Silver Spring, MD] 

Turnock, Kayla '09 

Enurronmento/ Science 
[West Chester, PA] 

Turpln, Melissa '10 

International Business 
[Millsboro, DE] 

Turpin, Terri '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Middletown, PA] 

Tursi. Emily '09 

International Business - Marketing 
(Medford, NJ] 

Turzai, Shawn '11 

Entiiron men ta/ Science 
(Elizabethtown. PA] 

Tussey. Kate '08 

Political Science 
[Perkiomenvillc. PA] 

Twigg, Shannon '10 

Socio/ Work 
[Audubon. NJ] 

Tyer, Stephen '11 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lititz. PA] 

Tyler. Jamie '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Hegins. PA] 

Tyrie. Sean '10 

Business Administrotion - Accounting 
[Kingsvillc. MD] 



Ulrlch, Christine 08 

,'^ij.siness Administration (CCE) 
.Klizabethtown, PA] 

Umberger, Brian '09 

Computer Science 

Umberger. Michael '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Umberger, Valerie 'OS 

Health & Occupation 

Umphred, Tara '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York Haven, PA] 

Umstead, Leah '10 

Business Administration 
[Lebanon. PA] 

Unal, Donalee 08 

Social LVorf: 
[Hummelstown, PA] 

Urban. Justin '08 

Business Administration - Bus. Info. Sysl. 
[Downingtown. PA] 



Urrutla, Allsa '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
(Harrisburg, PA] 

Usefof, Stephanie '09 

Biology - Premedicine 
Panville. PA] 

Ushiroku, Mao ND 

[Sapporo, Japan] 



Vacca. Karen ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Van Blarcom. Melissa '09 

Biology - Allied Health 
(Columbia Cross Roads, PA] 

Van Den Akker, Kirsten ND 

[Hoofddorp, The Netherlands] 

van Dooren, Carlljn ND 

[Waairc, The Netherlands] 

van Esveld, Stljn ND 

(Bilthoven, The Netherlands] 

van Olphen, Emmellne ND 

[The Hague, The Netherlands] 

Vance, Charles '08 

Commuriicotions - Public Rel (CCE) 
[Lititz, PA] 




Vandegiift, Amanda 08 

Socio/ Studies LuuLuliun 

[Quakertown, PA] 

VanDenHengel. Megan '10 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

VanderWerff. Jeanette '09 

Socio/ Work 
[West Chester. PA] 

Vanneman, Kelly '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Douglassville. PA] 

Vansant. Kylee '09 

Social Work 
[Hockessin, DE] 

Varano, David '08 

Accounting 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Vargas, Toby '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Columbia, PA] 

Varner, Kathryn '11 

Psychology 
[Bushkill, PA] 

Vath, Kristin 08 
I English Education 
I [West Lawn, PA] 

Venonsky, Ashley '11 

Elementary Education 

Venturella, Elyse '09 

Theatre 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Vera. Anthony '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Columbia, PA] 

Vernaci, Steven '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
Poylestown, PA] 

Victor. Matthew 08 

Communicoiions - Mass Communications 
[Conshohockcn, PA] 

Vinagro, Matthew '10 

Business Administrotion 
[Fredericksburg. VA] 

Vogel, Mark-11 

Business Administration 
[Landisville, PA] 

Vogel. Tiffany '09 

Sociology- Anthropologi; 
[Annville. PA] 



Von Funk. Rebecca '09 

Motliemotics - Applied Mathematics 
[Kutztown. PAJ 

Vondran. Klmberly '08 

Elementary Education 
[West Chester, PA] 

Voshell, Andrew '08 

Accounting 
I [Chester Heights, PA] 

I Vukancic, Danljel '10 

' Iniernationa! Business - Bus. Info. Syst. 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 



Waddington. Brittany 11 

Biolog\^ ■ Allied Health 
[Horsham, PA] 

Waddle, Margaret ND 

[Lancaster, PA] 

Waetke, Jessica '11 

Elementary Education 
[EdgewaterPark, NJ] 

Wagenblast. Nicole '09 

Political Science 
[Plainsboro, NJ] 

Wagenseller, Nicholas '10 

Philosophy - Humanities 
' [Westport. CT] 

Wagner, Amy '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Willow Street. PA] 

Wagner, Andrew '09 

Business Administrotion 
[Bel Air, MD] 

Wagner, Joni '11 

Management (CCE) 
[Lititz, PA] 

Wagner, Michael '09 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Allentown, PA] 

Wagner, Stacie '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Waldron, AlHson '10 

Communications - Corporate Media 
Pr'ork Springs, PA] 

Waliduzzaman, Khandakar '11 

[Dhaka. E 



Walker, Andrew '10 

E/emenlary Education 
[Emmaus. PA] 

Walker, Brok- 10 

Accounting 
[Red Lion, PA] 

Walker, Connie '11 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Wall. Kelly 10 

Psychology 
[Washington, PA) 

Wallen, Shannon '08 

Chemistry 
[York. PA) 

Walmer, Alexandra '11 

Elementary Education 
[Hershey, PA] 

Walmer, Megan '11 

Business Administration 
[Myerstown, PA] 

Walsh, Kaitlyn 11 

English - Literature 
[New York, NY] 

Walton, Erin '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Columbus, NJ] 

Walton. Laura GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Willow Street, PA] 

Walton, Melissa 08 

Health & Occupation 
[Harleysville, PA] 

Warner. Dorcas '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Manchester, PA] 



Warner, Justin '11 

Cfiemistry 
(MillerstQwn, PA] 

Warner, Kristi 09 

Health & Occupation 
[Hanover, PA] 

Warner, Matthew '11 

Actuarial Science 
[East Berlin, PA] 

Warriner, Kimberly '10 

Elementary Education 
[Salem, NJ] 

IWasellewskl, Angela '08 
Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Craley, PA] 

Washington, Antolne '08 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Wasserman, Staccy '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Upperco, MD] 

Waterbolk, Tjalllng ND 

[Haren. The Netherlands] 

Watkins, Rebecca '10 

Psychology 
[Herndon, VA] 

Watson, Brandon '08 

Business Administration ■ Management 
[Philadelphia. PA] 

Watson, Sharon '08 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Middletown, PA] 

Watts, Corey '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Watts-El. Sapphira' 10 

Modern Languages - Japanese 

Weaver, Ashley '08 

International Business - Marketing 
[Shippensburg, PA] 

Weaver. Carly GR 

Occupotiona/ Therapy 
[Wellsville, PA] 

Weaver, Christopher '08 

Computer Engineering 
[Hatboro. PA] 

Weaver, Danielle '11 

Socio/ Work 

Wsaver. Matthew '11 

Actuarial Science 
[York, PA] 

Weaver. Sharon '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Annville, PA) 

Ufebb, Alyson '08 

Social Work 
[Flemington, NJ] 

Ufeber, Aaron '10 

Accounting 
[Lititz, PA] 

Weber, Kerry '11 

Engineering 
[Saylorsburg, PA] 

Weber. Kevin 10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

V^febster, Llndsey '08 

Elementary Ed - Special Education 
[Mickieton, NJ] 

Weeks, Lisa '08 

Health & Occupotion 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Weems, Megan '09 

Social Studies Education 
[Prince Frederick, MD] 

Weems, Pamela '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Wefelmeyer. Klmberly '08 

/nternationo/ Business - Accounting 
[Pasadena, MD] 

Welda, Rebecca '11 

£/ementary Education 
[Perkasie. PA] 



ONE S^y^^TY SIX 



Welgard. Seth '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[York Haven, PA] 

Ui^lk, Jennifer '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Welmer, Angela '08 

Elementan,' Ed - Behavior Management 
{Somerset, PA] 

Welner. Kelly 08 

Social Work 
[Westminster. MD] 

Welsslnger. Jill 'OS 

Sociology- An throp<^ogi/ 
(Mount Carmei. PA] 

Ufeller, Rachel '09 

English ■ Professional Writing 

ttfells. Lauren 09 

English - Professional Writing 
[Ufayette Hill. PA] 

Ulhills, Stefanle -11 

English Education 
[Westminster, MD] 

Wblper, Stephanie '10 

Accounting (CCE) 
(Aspers. PA] 



Bfelsl 
Bislni 
KhUlii 



ih, Kathryn '09 

liness Administration - Marketing 
lillington. PA] 



kfenger, Andrew '08 

Reilgious Studies - Ministry Studies 
jPetersburg. PA] 

RIenger, Rebecca '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
pttz. PA] 

ntUng, Jeffrey '08 

jslncss Administratton (CCE) 
abethtown. PA] 

Barry '08 

siness Administration (CCE) 
[Ellzabethtown, PA] 

A^ley, Adrienne '10 

•lementary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
iBaitimore. MD] 

tstman, Jacqueline '11 

gfneering 
Indsor, CT] 

Nfetzel. Nicholas '10 

chemistry Education 
Warrington, PA] 

Rfeyant, Melanle'll 

Political Science 
Bel Air. MD] 

Vheeler, Stephanie GR 

Jcoipationa/ Therapy 
igg Harbor, NJ] 

Vheelersburg, Hans ND 

ilizabethtown, PA] 

Vherley, Lisa '08 

iiology • Premedicine 
ittlestown. PA] 

Vhetham, Eric 10 

lusiness Administration 
'A/ilmmgton, DE] 

Vhltcomb, Bradley '09 

'usmess Administration ■ Management 
faneytown. MD] 

Vhlte, Darcy '11 

usiness Administration 

Vhlte. Martina '10 

usiness Administration 
'hiladelphia, PA] 




'hlte. Michael 11 

iochemistry 

/hlte, Raymond '10 

usiness Administration 
ranksville, WI] 



White, Theresa '11 

Theatre 
[Williamsburg. VA] 

Whitesell. Brldger '09 

Psychology 
[Hunlock Creek. PA] 

Whitley. Gabrlelle 11 

Criminal Justice 
[Lititz. PA] 

Whltmarsh. Ashley 08 

Psychology 
[New Castle. DE] 

Whitmore, Jennifer '10 

Communications ■ Corporate Com 
[Essex Fells. NJ] 

Whltmoyer. Brandon '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Newmstnstown , PA] 

Wlckard. Amber '08 

Communications ■ Marketing 
[Newville, PA] 

Wleland. Kaitlyn "09 

B/o/ogy - Premedicine 
[Wyomissing, PA] 

Wlenches, Kimberly '09 

IntemalionoJ Business 
[Hazlelon. PA] 

Wlkane. Ryan '08 

Internationa! Business - Manogemenr 
[Stone Ridge, NY] 

Wild. Christopher 10 

Intemattonal Business 
[Holden. MA] 

Wlldasln, Amy '09 

Business Administration - Marketing 
[Spnng Grove, PA] 

Wllkie. Sarah '08 

Mathematics 
[Skippack. PA] 

Will. Kristi 10 

Elementary Education 
[Deptford. NJ] 

WIU, Melanle '09 

Cnmina/ Justice (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Williams. Amanda '09 

Accounting iCCEl 
[Hamsburg. PA] 

Williams. Angela 11 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Williams, Blair '11 

History 

[Manchester Ctr , VT] 

Williams, Brittany '10 

Fine Arts 
[Mount Joy. PA] 

Williams, Brooke '10 

Health & Occupation 
[Millrift. PA] 

Williams, Bryan '09 

Criminal Justice 

Williams, Charissa '09 

Business Admimsfafion (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Williams, Gretta '08 

Communications - Public Pel (CCE) 
[New Cumberland, PA] 

Williams, Jaime '10 

CriminoJ Justice (CCE) 
[Mountville. PA] 

Williams, Janette '10 

flemcnlary Ed - Special Education 
[West Chester. PA] 

Williams, Shawn '10 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Williams. StevVe '11 

Business Administration 
[Middletown, PA] 

Wilson, Kristen 'OS 

Mathematics - Education 
[Glen Mills. PA] 

Wilson, Meghan 11 

Health & Occupation 
[Carlisle. PA] 



Winegar, Andrew '10 

Political Science 
[Chatsworth, NJ] 

Wingard, Catherine 10 

Mathematics • Education 
[York. PA] 

WinskI, Amanda 'OS 

/nfemationa/ Business - Marketing 
[Coatesville. PA] 

Winter, Amanda 09 

Mol^ematics 
[East Prospect, PA] 

Winterling. Jonathan '08 

Business Admin istrotion (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Wion, Melissa '09 

Corporate Communication (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Wirfel. Marisa '09 

Politicd Science 
[Mechanicsburg, PA] 

Wise, Emily '08 

Psychology 
[Selinsgrove. PA] 

Wisniewski. John *09 

Criminal Justice 
[Elizabethlown. PA] 

Wisnlskl, LeeAnn '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Millersburg, PA] 

Wlssels. Florentien ND 

[Bilthovcn, The Netherlands] 

Wlsz, Meredith '10 

Health & Occupation 

[Garfield, NJ] 




Wlthelder, Noelle 09 

Communications - Corporate Com 

WItkovsky. Rachel 10 

TTieatre 

Witmer. Doris 09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Akron, PA] 

Witmer. Shauna '09 

Health & Occupation 
[Millersburg, PA] 

Wolfe, Chandra '10 

Criminal Justice (CCE) 
[Harrisburg. PA] 

Wolfe. Joshua '08 

Accounting 
[Schaefferstown. PA] 

Woltkamp, Eric '08 

Communications - Mass Communications 
[York, PA] 

Woodhead, Daniel 08 

Industrial Engineering 
[Middletown, PA] 

Woodman, Alyse '10 

Elementary Education 
[Gilberts ville. PA] 

Woods. Anna '10 

History 
[Pittsburgh, PA] 

Woodward. Sarah 09 

Historic' 

[West Chester. PA] 

Worley, MaryAnn '08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Middletown. PA] 

Womiann, Amanda GR 

Occupational Therapy 
[Piscataway, NJ] 

Wright, Angela '11 

English - Professional Writing 
[Baltimore. MD] 



Wright, Lindsey '08 

Communications ■ Marketing 
[Aston, PA] 

Wu. Angela -11 

£/emenfory Education 
[Hillsborough. NJ] 



Yacyk, Jenna GR 

Occupational Therapv 
[Ewing. NJ] 

Yarasavage, Cassle '09 

Elementary Education 
[Northeast. MD] 

Yarem, Cassandra '08 

Accounting 
[Moosic, PA] 

Yarger, Sarah *09 

Political Science 
[West Granby. CT] 

Yarrish, John 08 

Industrial Engineering 
[Schuylkill Haven. PA] 

Yates. Kristen '10 

Biology ■ Premedicine 
[Mechanicsburg. PA] 

Yazzettl. Ernest '09 

Political Science 
[Wappingers Falls, NY] 

Yeager. Benjamin *10 

Business Administration 
[Pottstown, PA] 

Yeager, Paul '09 

£/emeniorv Ed - Special Education 
[Yardley, PA] 

Yearwood. Rachael '08 

/ntemationd Business ■ Accounting 
[Glcncoe, Tnnidad & Tobago) 

Yerkes. Mark '08 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Yoder. Amy *11 

Elementary Education 
[Collegeville, PA] 

Yoder. Clara '11 

Music Therapy 
[Montoursville. PA] 

Yorgey, Christopher 08 

Engineering 
[Allentown. PA] 

Yorty. Clint *08 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Palmyra. PA] 

Young, Jadyn '10 

Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 
[Southampton. PA] 

Young, James 'OS 

Information Systems (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Young, John '10 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Manheim. PA] 

Young, Megan '11 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Elizabeth town. PA] 

Yu, Alice '09 

Music Education 
[Athens, GA] 

Yu. Kevin '11 

International Business 
[Monmouth Junction. NJ] 

Yurchak. Jason '08 

Criminal Justice 
[Franklinville. NJ] 

Yurkovic, Christie '08 

Biology 
[Elizabethtown, PA] 

Yurkovic, Thomas '08 

Fine Arts 
[Elizabethtown. PA] 



Zaiac, Nicholas ND 

[Elizabethtown. PA] 

Zamietra. Kristen '09 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Hcrshey. PA] 

Zampler, Lindsay '10 

English Education 
[Warrington. PA] 

Zanlkos, Maria '10 

Communications - Corporate Com 
(Thornton. PA] 

Zapata, Andrea '10 

Business Administrotion - Morfceting 
[Lancaster. PA] 

Zelasko, Allyson '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Cobra. MD] 

Zellner. Jordan '08 

Health & Occupation 
[Whitehall, PA] 

Zerbe, Alyson '10 

English ■ Professional Writing 
[Tremont. PA] 

Zerhusen, Sharon '11 

Elementary Education 
[Elkridge, MD] 

Zerphey, Alexandra '08 

Business Administration ■ Management 
[Lititz, PA] 

Zhou, Edna '10 

Political Science 
[York, PA] 

Zlelinski. Jennifer 09 

Political Science 
[New Providence, PA] 

Zimmerman, Jenna '09 

Sociology- Anthropology 
[Dover. PA] 

Zimmerman, Mark '09 

Business Administration (CCE) 
[Harrisburg, PA] 

Zimmerman. Robert '09 

Accounting (CCE) 
[Lancaster, PA] 

Zimmerman. Ryan '08 

Biology - Premedicine 
[Duncannon. PA] 

Ziobrowskl, Nicholas '09 

Business Administration 
[Chambersburg, PA] 

Zuber, Brandi '10 

Business Administration • Entrpmship 
[Fleetwood. PA] 



Zabroskl. Danielle '11 

Health & Occupation 
[Rocky Hai. CT\ 



ONE SE\^5^'^ SEVEN 



PAR 





Dear Dan, 

We are so proud of you. You are an amazing 
young man. We thank God everyday that he let 
us know you. We know you will be successful in 
anything you do. 

Love, Mom and Dad 




Dear Nicole, 



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We are so proud of you! From 
dance recitals to soccer to 
cheerleading and ever)thing in 
between, it's been fion watching you 
grow up. We love you ver)? much 
and feel so blessed to have you for 
a daughter! Congratulations! 

Love you lots! Mom and Dad 



Chris, Congratulations! 

You're one step closer to becoming famous. 
We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Theresa, 
Drew and Dexter ("the dog") 



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Congratulations, Hillary! 

From your parents you learned how to love, 
how to laugh, and how to walk. Your love of 
reading and your semester at Herstmonceux 
helped you to discover that you have wings. 
You have made fine choices for yourself and 
we are all very proud of you. May your wings 
help you soar high so that all your dreams and 
ambitions come true. 

AH our love is with you. 

Mom, Dad, Bob, JuHa, and Joe 



oneI^[0ity 



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Dear Dan, 

It has been an amazing journey so far. From 
the time that you entered the world a bit early, 
until now, poised on the edge of your next 
great adventure you have been a source of 
pride and joy in our lives. 

Your accomplishments would fill this page, 
and if history is any indicator at some point 
they wall fill this book. As you go forward into 
the world, keep in mind the words of your 
Grandfather, "Do something great today!" 

Love, Mom and Dad 




DearWiU, 

"Teachers are those who use themselves as bridges, over which 
they in\ite their students to cross, then ha\Tng facilitating their 
crossing, joj+olly collapse, encoioraging them to build bridges of 
their own." ~Nikos KazantzaMs 

You now have the tools to improve someone's life. When that 
happens, the world becomes a better place. Your family is ver\' 
proud of vou. Continue to grow and affect positive change. 

With love always, Mom 



Dear Kitt\-, 

We are so very proud of you and happy for you in all that you 
accomplished and experienced while at E-town. We especially 
appreciated you invohnng us, whether it was to \'isit, enjoy a meal 
at T) Rockwell's, share our dream vacation in Australia while you 
studied in Brisbane, or most special, watch you perform at your 
music recitals. We have seen you grow in so many ways with each 
passing year, and know that you wiU be successful in whatever you 
choose to do. We will always be there for you. 

Congratulations. Love, Mom and Dad 



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Alanna, Congratulations 

on your graduation from 
Elizabeth town College! It 
seems like only yesterday that 
you were going to your first day 
of pre-school, and now you 
have earned your B.S. degree. 
In addition, you accomplished 
summa cumme laude in three 
and a half years! 





You have always made us 
tremendously proud of you and 
of aU that you have achieved. 
We know your drive and 
determination will make you a 
success in graduate school and in 
all your endeavors. We love you. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



ONE eJ-Q'Jy one 



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Katie, 




We discover each day through your accomplishments the best 
of your Mom in your strength and care, your humor and love. 
We thank God for the woman you are. May you fly free! 



Love, 



Dad, John and Heather, Jacob and Amy, Leah and Simon, 
Aaron, Beth and Roberto, Amanda and Rick, and Uncles, Aunts, 
Nephews and Nieces 





ONE EiJbQ-^ two 



Dear Daniel, 

You have already achieved so much in such a short 
time and today's milestone is yet another great 
accomplishment. But, it is your big, lo\'ing heart, 
vour compassion for others, and how you've always 
shared 3'our gifts that makes us most proud of the 
wonderful young man vou are! 

We love you. Mom, Dad and Chris 



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Emily, 

You have been a source of 
joy since you were born. We 
are proud of the confident 
woman you have become. 
Congratulations! 

We love 3'ou! 
Mom, Dad and Ben 




WMiHi^atium 



Dear Lauren, 

Since before you took your first step, to this 
step you take now, you have filled our hearts 
with love and pride and joy. As you continue 
along your journey we wish for you the same 
love and joy in your life that you have filled ours 
with. We are blessed! 



Love always. 
Mom and Dad 




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Dear Alex, 

Watching you grow has been such a joy for us. Each 
accomplishment you've achieved along the way was preceded 
by complete determination and commitment. We are so proud 
of the fine young man you've become. Your smile warms even 
the coldest of days. Your passion for life is evident in all that 
you do. Your great, big heart fills our lives with love. Walk 
confidently into the future knowing that God and your family 
are always with you. 

We love you! Mom and Dad 



ONE ElcJ-g-J THREE 





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"The great man is he who does not lose his child's heart" 

— Mencius 




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ONE Eljlgli^ FOUR 




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Love Ya Dee Dee, Hope \a had a 

fun four years in college. I hope 
you don't get any crazy students 
like me! 





Your Loving Brother, Chris 



Lindsey, Congratulations! 

Keep on following your instincts as they'll continue 
to serve you well. May you have a long and happy 
adventure ahead, inspire coundess minds, and have 
many crazy, zany students like yourself and your 
brother. (Fun is where you find it!) 

W^y^ May you love and cherish all your children, 
^r^ even the ones that run on their toes (and stars!) 
and swing from trees! 

Love always. Mom and Dad 




kniETN] 



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ISfA 

Dear Carla, We are overwhelmed 
with happiness and pride as you 
graduate from college. One of 
our greatest joys has been to 
see your hard work, focus, and 
determinadon result in a solid 
foundation for your future. 
May God bless you with health 
and happiness as you live your 
dreams. 

We love you. Dad and Mom 



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Dear Deb, 

You've worked so very hard and you've achieved 
so very much. Your success has exceeded our 
expectations. We are very proud parents. You 
have become a smart successful young woman. 
Congratulations and may your best years be 
ahead of you. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



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Dear Luke, 

May you have the hindsight to know where you've 
been and the foresight to know where you're 
going. Good health, good luck and happiness 
today and everyday. 



Love, 



Mom and Dad and all your family 






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Congratulations on your graduation! You did 
it! We couldn't be prouder of what you have 
accomplished and the awesome young man you 
have become. 



Best wishes for a bright, exciting 
and successful future! 



Love, Mom, Dad and Linds 




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"No bird soars too high if she soars with her own wings." 

" Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is more 
important than the outcome." 

"It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the 
journey that matters in the end." 

You have soared through your journey at E-town with 
your own wings and we are beaming with pride at your 
success . This is not an end, but a new beginning. 

Life's a journey. Enjoy the ride. Love, Mom and Dad 




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Dear Matt, 



From T-Ball to Ice Hockey. From Indian Guides 
to Peer Mentor. College has truly allowed you 
to grow and mature into the man who is ready 
"to serve tomorrow." We are all so very proud 
of you. 

Mom, Dad, Leslie, and Steve 



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We are so proud of our 
little cabbage patch girl! 



Love always — 
Grandma, Grandpa, 

Mommy, Tiffy, 
Mikey and Buttercup 




ONE Eicj^y SEVEN 



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Zac, You have faced 
some difficult times 
these past few years 
and you were able to 
fight through them and 
succeed when some 
were doubtfiil. We are so 
proud of you and what 
you have accomplished. 

You are a strong and 

determined person 

and we believe your 

determination wiU allow 

you to accomplish an}thing. Believe in yourself the 

way we do and nothing will be beyond your reach. 

May your life be filled with love and happiness, and 
may all your hopes and dreams come true. We wish 
you much success as you begin another adventure 
in life. Never forget we love you and will always be 
there for you. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



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We V U Big Sissy! Congrats to U and your achievements ! 
Best of luck and always keep your chin up! 

Love, Mom, joe, Kellv |o and |nev, |r. 





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Lauren 



It seems like only yesterday that you headed off to school 
for the very first time. A short dozen years later, you were 
starting at Elizabeth town College. Now in just a blip of time 
since we took you to Etown,you are at the end of your college 
days. 

Your outstanding effort helped you surmount many obstacles 
along the way, and we are bursting with pride over all your 
accomplishments and for the wonderful young woman you 
have become. You have brought us so much joy!! 

Everyone who knows you is aware of your gentle, kind and 
loving heart. May you allow it to guide you to find a world ot 
happiness and success. Always keep your beautiful smile, and 
life will smile back at you. 

We love you very much and are so very proud of all you have 

accomplished. 

Mom and Dad 
Ryan and Erin 



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Dear Michael, 

We can't believe how far }'Ou've come — 

From the young boy at the doonj^-ay on his first 
day of school, to the confident young man 
ready to embark on the next chapter of his life. 

Your accomplishments throughout your college career 
have made us prouder than ever. 

Love always, Alom and Dad 




Meggie! I can't believe my littie girl has just graduated 
from college. You are a treasure and I'm so very proud 
of you and this accomplishment! Keep that energy' 
and confidence babe and vou can fulfill your dreams. 
UM says to ask for help an\time...but not money! 
G'mom loves you and says to create your own special 
sayings to keep people thinking! — Much love, Mom 

Congratulations Meggie, my first, the first, how proud 
am I? Words can't begin to express. Always remember 
to stay confident and strong as your journey continues. 
I will always be there for you in 3'our fliture endeavors 
for success. — I love you very much. Daddy 

Congratulations Meggie! Good luck in your career as 
a downhill skier! If you should ever encounter tough 
times, just remember that a very wise man once said, 
"when elephants fight, the grass gets trampled" and 
that will solve all your problems! We love you! 
— Aunt Lisa and Uncle Peter 



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Dear Kelly, 



My sweet Uttle girl with the angelic 
face has grown into a beautiful 
3'oung woman inside and out. Your 
generosit}' and thoughtfulness 
come through in everything you do, 
and your determination to succeed 
is amazing. You have worked so 
hard and have achieved so much. I 
am so very proud of you! 

Love you always, Mom 





Hey Gar — 

We are so proud of 5'ou. 
Congratulations on j'our 
graduation — the best of life 
is stUl to come for you. 

AH our love. 
Mom, Dad, Chris, 
Meadow and Cracker 



ONE E(j^^ NINE 





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Dear Brandon, 

There is no possible way we could be more proud 
of you. You have grown into an outstanding 

young man. Your 
accomplishments will 
lead you into a bright 
future. 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad, 
and Marissa 



Dear Ryan — 




Thank you for brightening our lives with your 
cheerful smile, wonderful sense of humor and 
fun loving personality. We are extremely proud of 
you! May your journey ahead be filled with health, 
happiness and success. 

Love you forever. Mom and Dad 





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Kaitlin. . .from here to there ... from there to here. . .our graduate is everywhere! 





We're so proud of you! Lots of love! Mom, Dad and Kevin 




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Congratulations Ashley! 

For aU you are... 

For aU you have attained... 

I am so proud of you! 




Go confidently into the future... 
Make today's success tomorrow's accomplishments. 

Love, Mom 



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Ivristin, We have been through 

so much together, from high 

school to marriage to college 

graduation and this is only the 

beginning. The future years 

will be exciting as long as 

we are together I uill be by 

vour side for ever)thing you 

do. Congratulations on your academic acliievement and I 

can't wait to spend many more years of success with you. 

Love, Chris 





On behalf of the Conestogan Yearbook, our editorial board congratulations 
the Elizabethtown graduating Class of 2008. Our staff bids a fond fair v^rell 
to our newest alumni. Best wishes and good luck in all your future endeavors! 



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Deus Lux Vertias • Educate for Service 



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COLOPHON 



The Conestogan Yearbook, volume 86, was produced by a select few of Elizabethtown College students. 
Taylor Publishing in Dallas, Texas printed the publication, which was overseen by plant account 
executive Robert Porter. Elizabethtown College's local representative, Ed Patrick, Jr. offered assistance in 
production stages, financial matters, and contributed ample advice. Also from Taylor Publishing, Creative 
Artist Seana Litt aided in the hands-on aspects of the book. Individual student portraits, in addition to a 
vast majority of candids, were taken by DaVor Photography, Inc., a division of Herff Jones Photography, 
which was represented by account executive Mark Huff. One high-end Canon EOS Rebel XTi was used for 
the campus life and club group shots, with all photographs being printed in the CMYK format. This year's 
cover was designed by the Conestogan staff, with support given by Blair Seifert from Taylor Publishing. 
The 2008 edition was produced using two Dell Optiplex 755 machines running Microsoft Windows XP 
and Adobe Creative Suite 3. In the Creative Suite, InDesign and Photoshop were used for layout design 
and image manipulation, respectively. Fonts that were applied throughout the book included, but were not 
limited to: Birch, CabalT, Goudy Old Style, Hurricane, MomentoT, Psychatronic, RinnaT, SevilleT, and 
Trajan Pro. 

Editorial Board 

Kevin J. Smith, Editor-in-Chief 

Steven D. Vernaci, Director of Business Operations 

Jennifer E Fimmano, Assistant Campus Life and Events 

Joshua R. Ford, Campus Life, Events and Lead Layout Editor 

Breann E. Horst, Staff Photographer and Section Aid 

Christopher E. Lynch, Campus Life, Events and AP Com Coordinator 

Erin M. Pflugh, Sports Editor 

Joseph M. Allen, Staff Advisor 

With the completion of this book, there are many thanks to be given: Lori Burke and James Miller from 
College Relations, Diana Lynn Horn and Benjamin Goodhart from the Business Office, Mark Clapper 
and Barry Freidly from Alumni Relations, Debra Althoff and the entire staff of Registration and Records, 
and Michael Swanson from the Fine & Performing Arts Department. Our staff would also like to thank 
the following: Information and Technology Services, Mail Services, Administration/Senior Staff, Athletic 
Coaches, Resident Assistants and Directors, Elizabethtown's student body and the AP Communications 
students. 

The Conestogan has been the official yearbook at Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA for eighty- 
six years. Editorial content does not necessarily reflect the views of the College and/or its affiliates. 
Address any questions, comments, and/or inquiries to: Editor, Conestogan Yearbook, One Alpha Drive, 
Elizabethtown, PA 1 7022-2298. Our office is located in BSC #246. Contact Information: (p) 7 1 7.36 1 . 1 1 07 
(f) 717.361.3772 (e) conestogan (oDetown.edu (w) http://www.etown.edu/conestogan